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I use Backblaze for several Macs, $5/month per machine for unlimited backups. It has native clients for Windows and Mac that donât seem to be too resource-hungry. Backblaze client backs up everything on the machine by default, but you can exclude certain paths. You can restore files manually or order the entire backup on a hard drive to be mailed to you. Iâve only had to restore individual files so far, and it worked well.
> On 12 Aug 2015, at 20:28, deloaa <deloaa -at- yahoo -dot- com> wrote:
> We're considering a service such as Carbonite for backups. Seeking input and opinions on this. Which one(s) have you worked with and which ones would you recommend?
> Thanks in advance.
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