Backblaze is the easiest online backup service.
It's secure and offsite. And? It doesn't make you pick & choose folders and file types to backup because it backs up all your data* on your Windows PC or Mac. And if you have an external hard drive connected to your computer at the time of backup, it backs that up too.
That's right. It backs up your insurance, just like that. *snaps fingers*
Worried about all your research & photos?
With Backblaze and its unlimited backup service of your computer and connected external hard drive, there's no need to worry. There's just peace of mind knowing that every document, every photo, every video or audio interview with loved ones, and every family story is completely backed up [Not to mention everything else on your computer and connected external hard drive.] so that one day your descendants can read what you found and wrote about your ancestors.
Stop worrying about what you can afford to backup, and backup everything with Backblaze. What are you waiting for? To lose everything? Why?
Get peace of mind.
Why should you try Backblaze?
And the cost?
$3.96 a month for 2 years ($95 total)
$4.17 a month for 1 year ($50 total)
$5 auto-bill each month
No matter the plan you choose, you get unlimited backup of everything for cheaper than an Ancestry.com subscription.
Not bad for research peace of mind and your family's legacy.
Disclosure Note: I am a Backblaze affiliate. If you find that Backblaze is just the online backup service you've been looking for to save all your research *and* you purchase their services after clicking on a link or image from 4YourFamilyStory.com, then I will receive a small commission for referring you to them. However, it doesn't cost you any more than if you purchased it separately. Thank you! ~Caroline
*While Backblaze does backup all your data, they do not want to waste your bandwidth or Backblaze datacenter disk space. So there are some things that are excluded on your computer's hard drive when Backblaze backs it up. Here is the list of exclusions:
- operating system
- application files
- temporary internet files that are transient and would not be useful in the future
- podcasts in iTunes.