Here’s something you will not read every time an acquisition deal collapses at the last minute: an account of what happened, and why it did. Let alone why it happened twice over.
Backblaze, an online storage and backup startup based in Palo Alto, this morning published a blog post about not one but two acquisition deals that fell through, ‘breaking down the breakup’. They don’t name names, but… → Read More
Backblaze, a cloud-based backup solution for Windows machines that we likened to the online equivalent of Time Machine when it first got onto our radar, is today its product for Macs to the public after it debuted a private beta version last December.
Backblaze, available in 11 languages, costs $5 a month or $50 a year for unlimited online storage for backing up your hard drive, with a 15-day… → Read More
Backblaze, an online backup service that I described as Online Backup With Time Machine’s Finesse, has released a Mac version of its software in private beta. TechCrunch readers can grab one of 500 invites here.
Backblaze costs $5 a month or $50 a year for unlimited online storage for backing up your hard drive, with a 15-day free trial available. The service continuously monitors files for… → Read More
Backblaze, the service I described as “Online Backup With Time Machine’s Finesse“, has launched to the public. The site tries to differentiate itself from the myriad of other online backup solutions available by emphasizing simplicity. Backblaze advertises a 3-click-setup, tucking away all but the most basic features behind an “advanced” menu (which includes options like bandwidth throttling… → Read More
Every year millions of people lose their photos, documents, and music to the mechanical squeals of hard drive failure. Despite the consequences, few people ever get around to actually backing up their data – it’s just too much of a chore. For many, Apple finally hit the nail on the head with Time Machine, which lets users plug an external drive into their computers and forget about it. → Read More