Directory of Services

This is our directory of available services. We’ve broken this into three sections: one for individuals, one for small businesses, and one for enterprises or programmers (where appropriate, we’ve placed a service in multiple categories). Hope this is helpful…

For individuals:

Adrive
Box.net
Carbonite
Dropbox
Drop.io
ElephantDrive
FilesAnywhere
iBackup
LiveDrive
Mozy
SugarSync
Xdrive (recently “sunset”)

For businesses:

Datapreserve
ElephantDrive Pro
eVault
LiveVault
MozyPro

For Enterprises:

Nirvanix
S3 (Amazon Web Services)
SubCloud

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  • 2. beginads  |  February 26, 2009 at 9:25 am

    what’s different between Enterprise and business.

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    • 3. pragmacrat  |  February 26, 2009 at 8:53 pm

      @ beginads:

      We’ve tried to separate the offerings that are geared toward small businesses or adoption by corporate business people (our “Business” category) from the offerings geared towards technical back end storage that a firm would employ to support an IT application (our “Enterprise” category).

      Hope this helps – the distinctions are certainly a bit fuzzy while the cloud storage space (and the business models of the providers) evolve…

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  • 4. abhishek  |  August 22, 2009 at 1:11 am

    hi y dont uve spideroak ? which category does that fall into

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  • 5. Mike Garland  |  September 30, 2009 at 4:48 pm

    Nice website and list. Cloud backup is a great business. I would like to submit DataPreserve to your list of business solutions. As a company DataPreserve has been in the online backup market for over four year doing only one thing – online backup. In May of this year we launched DataPreserve Pro, an advanced SMB backup solution powered by ROBOBAK software. Block level backups, live phone support and private cloud storage are big advantages we offer.

    Our blog is linked above.
    Thanks.

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  • 6. wtolson  |  April 19, 2010 at 9:27 pm

    Hi I am the Evangelist for Iron Mountain Digital and was wondering if you were aware of the “Virtual File System”, the “Connected” product line as well as the Classify and Collect solution we just announced?

    All are Iron Mountain solutions around Cloud Recovery and Cloud Storage. I would be happy to post some info if you are interested.

    Regards
    Bill Tolson
    Iron Mountain Digital
    william.tolson@ironmountain.com

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  • 10. 10bobs  |  October 29, 2012 at 12:48 pm

    Very nice overview, one excellent backup provider I would definately add to the list is SOS Online Backup. Saying that I am using the freee 2GB trial version by Mozy at the moment, solid and secure.

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