You can read my detailed Carbonite review or Mozy review here.
We live in an imperfect world and in that world, hard drives crash, laptops are stolen, drinks are spilled on computers and irreplaceable data is lost. We also have more choices than ever to protect our critical files, photos, music, and other data with remote backup solutions.
But knowing you need online file storage and deciding on a service are two different things. It can be a bit confusing trying to compare things like encryption keys, file access options, and versioning if you’re unfamiliar with the online storage industry and trying to decide which service is right for you.
The two heavyweights in the online file backup industry are Carbonite and Mozy.
Now this really isn’t the comparison it used to be since Mozy discontinued their unlimited backup plan earlier this year. So which one is best? Let’s take a closer look at both services and see how they stack up.