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Mozy testing online backup for iOS devices

The online backup service is looking for users to test its new iOS backup service for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

DropCopy 1.6.8

If you want an easy way to transfer files across your local network, DropCopy makes it drag-and-drop simple.

Could Lion bring us closer to a Mac home server?

With Apple including server software in the next version of Mac OS X, Kirk McElhearn thinks your future Mac might be a server -- and you might not even know it.

MacDropAny 1.4.2

MacDropAny is a simple utility that lets you use Dropbox to sync folders outside of your Dropbox folder.

How do you use Dropbox?

How do you take advantage of the Dropbox application and Web service? Macworld wants to know.

Mac IT Guy: replacing an Xserve

Now that Apple has discontinued the Xserve product line, what's the best upgrade path. Plus: What to do if you forgot to mirror your server's drives.

Drobo aims storage arrays at SMBs

Drobo today announced its first storage array for small- and medium-size businesses, moving upstream from its traditional consumer and small office/home...

Mozy's move could bring storm to unlimited cloud storage

Mozy's MozyHome service will now charge $5.95 a month for up to 50GB of storage capacity, and $9.99 per month for up to 125GB capacity (and as many as three computers).

Expo Notes: Dolly Drive marries Time Machine to the cloud

Time Machine, as it ships in Mac OS X, works only with external hard drives. When you use the Dolly Drive software, it shows Dolly Drive-provided cloud storage as available drives. When it’s time for Time Machine to run, encrypted files are saved to the Dolly Drive cloud storage.

Cisco adds Mozy cloud service to desktop Smart Storage box

Cisco announced that it has added a hosted backup service to its entry-level, desktop disk storage arrays.