Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) September 16, 2008
Even with hard drives crashing, viruses deleting data, laptops being stolen, and computer data destroyed every day -- surprisingly, 286 million people (94% of broadband users) rarely backup their data because they fear the process is too complex. Today, Backblaze makes available an effortless online backup solution that enables people to never worry about losing their pictures, videos, music, documents and other computer files, ever again.
The service requires no configuration and simply backs up all computer data automatically to a secure, online location -- so no matter what happens to a person's computer, the data will always be safe with Backblaze. Individuals and businesses can visit http://www.backblaze.com to start protecting their data for just $5 per month for unlimited storage.
With Backblaze online backup, the entire installation and configuration experience is simply:
- Click Download
- Enter an email address and a password
- Click Install
At this point the computer starts to backup all data with the following available features:
- Free 15-day trial with unlimited storage
- Continued unlimited storage for just $5 per month
- Automatic backup of all data, including data on external USB and Firewire drives
- Military-grade encryption of all files and optional private encryption key
- Microsoft Outlook and open-file backup
- Restore to any computer via the Web or on DVD or USB hard drive
- Continuous backup with scheduled, idle-time, and manual backup options
- No slow down of computer use or Web browsing
- Availability in 11 languages.
Backblaze online backup, and peace of mind, is available today at http://www.backblaze.com.
Founded by a team of serial entrepreneurs with security, scalability, usability backgrounds, and located in the heart of Silicon Valley, Backblaze's mission is to ensure that all computer data is backed up. Backblaze was selected as a winner of the AlwaysOn Global Top 250 private companies for game-changing technology and market value. Visit http://www.backblaze.com for more information or to backup your computer.
"Rarely backup" statistic from a survey conducted online within the United States by Harris Interactive on behalf of Backblaze between May 27 and 29, 2008 among 2,761 U.S. adult computer users (aged 18+). No estimates of theoretical sampling error can be calculated; a full methodology is available. "Baseline 305 million broadband connected users" statistic from http://www.internetworldstats.com/dsl.htm.