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 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).
Cisco announced that it has added a hosted backup service to its entry-level, desktop disk storage arrays.
On Thursday, the digital storage and content management manufacturer announced the release of two new products: the SuperHero Backup & Charger and the Iomega TV with Boxee.
A slew of Web services offer affordable online backup for your Mac including Backblaze, Mozy, Carbonite, JungleDisk, Dropbox, and CrashPlan. These services are often simple to use as well: you install software from the service on your computer, and it backs up your files over the Internet.
Synology America Corp, a manufacturer of network attached storage devices for homes and businesses, announces the release of its newest server, the Disk Station DS1511+.
Drive dock optimized for--but not limited to--Seagate's GoFlex portable drives offers syncing software, direct hooks into social networks, and file sharing.
CloudPlug offers plenty of administration options and file sharing, but has pricey backup.
On Thursday evening, the company officially rolled out Dropbox version 1.0, bringing with it a whole host of improvements, including—to the joy of MacBook Air users everywhere—support for selective folder sync.
A new networked-attached storage device from Synology allows up to 6TB of storage and includes a built-in SD-card reader.