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BestSites, Inc. Announces Top Online Storage Services for 2012

July 24, 2012

Online backup storage is essential for protecting files of all types. Online backup storage is also useful for convenience in accessing files from a remote location.

St. George, UT (PRWEB) July 24, 2012

Choosing the best online backup storage for all your computer files can be a challenge. There are a number of things a person will want to consider before choosing an online backup storage provider including: how much storage space is needed and offered, what features are included with the online backup storage, how and when one can access his/her files, how easy the service is to use and what type of support options are available. The team at Best Online Backup Storage has done all the research and is announcing their pick for the top online storage services for 2012.

The number one pick for the best online backup storage is Carbonite. In service since 2005, Carbonite backs up more than 200 billion files. Best Online Backup Storage has chosen Carbonite because of their record of dependability and the easy-to-use services they provide. Potential customers receive a full 15 day free-trial for either home of business online backup service to see how it works. To use the service, users simply install the backup program on the computer they want to backup, Carbonite handles the rest. All files are transported through top-of-the-line data encryption services to keep all files safe and secure at all times. Users can easily restore lost files using a simple walk-through provided by Carbonite. Customers also have access to their stored files via a remote device such as another computer, tablet, or smartphone connected to the Internet. Best Online Backup Storage´s Carbonite review provides additional details about the Carbonite program and service.

Best Online Backup Storage names Mozy as number two on their top online backup storage list. Mozy was also founded in 2005 and provides a free online backup storage account for any customer wanting to backup a home computer, up to 2 GB of data. If a customer needs more than 2 GB of space or needs to backup business data, he/she can choose from a number of Mozy online backup storage plans. All Mozy online backup storage plans use military-grade data encryption to ensure that all files are kept safe and secure. Mozy customers will also have access to live chat support or online video tutorials to answer any questions that may arise. A Mozy vs. Carbonite review can help users choose the online backup storage that will best meet his/her needs.

SugarSync has been named the number three pick in the list of top online storage service for 2012. SugarSync has been in business since 2008 and has established a solid reputation for dependable online backup service. SugarSync customers can start out on a free plan with 5 GB backup storage and then upgrade as needed to one of several home or business plans designed to meet specific data storage needs. As with Carbonite and Mozy, SugarSync allows users to access data from any other device that has Internet access, such as a laptop, smartphone, or tablet. SugarSync also provides customer support through chat, email, video tutorials, and an online community.

Best Online Backup Storage is happy to recommend these top three picks for online storage services. In addition to having a separate online backup storage service, some web hosting services, like BlueHost web hosting, also provide FTP backup that is included with each web hosting account. For more information about online backup options, visit BestOnlineBackupStorage.com today.

About BestSite, Inc.

BestSites, Inc. was started by a team of Internet professionals looking for a way to share personal experience and research with the online community. BestSites, Inc. manages several websites providing research and reviews on many of the top Internet services and providers.

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