Denver, CO (PRWEB) November 12, 2013
RemoteOnlineBackup.net has reached a major milestone: six years in business. The anniversary comes as no great surprise to those who have used the site before. RemoteOnlineBackup.net is a foremost resource for information on online data storage and computer backup services. Given the ongoing need for these services—and the overwhelming number of options that are available—it is only logical that a site like RemoteOnlineBackup.net should remain popular even after six years in operation.
"The need for remote online backup abides," confirms Jason Kay, the site’s founder and developer. "Remote online backup services are ideal for safely and securely backing up documents, pictures, and other important assets from your computer. This is critical for preserving your most important files against data corruption or loss."
The only problem is, remote online data backup services are plentiful. They run the spectrum from the widely popular MyPC Backup, Carbonite, and Safecopy all the way down to lesser-known entities like Backblaze and Acronis. All of these services come with varying features and differing prices, which makes it hard to decide which is really the best value.
"RemoteOnlineBackup.net seeks to address that problem," Kay says. Indeed, the site provides a full, ranked list of the very best remote backup services on the Web. Each of these services is reviewed in some detail; Kay’s site provides information on pricing, on available features, on space allowances, and more. The site even offers links to free trials and other online discounts. "More than anything, we just want to make it easy for individuals and business owners to decide on which data backup service is right for them," Kay asserts.
Over the past six years, RemoteOnlineBackup.net has come to be known as a leading source of information—offering not just reviews, but also helpful articles, tutorials, and blog entries.
"There is clearly an ongoing need for assistance in selecting the best online data backups on the market, and we are grateful that our site has been able to provide this assistance to so many, and for so long," Kay concludes.
The site is accessible at remoteonlinebackup.net.