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Chance to win one year subscription to Backblaze online backup solution

Backblaze is an online backup solution that lets you automatically backs up all of your data, music, photos, and files in your hard disk. You can restore them at any time via web interface or they will deliver you on DVDs or a USB drive. By default the only files that are excluded are the operating system, applications, and unnecessary files such as your trash.

Backblaze is celebrating June, 2009 as backup awareness month and giving away a one year online backup subscription every day during this month. Everyday a winner will be chosen and will be awarded one year free Backblaze backup service worth $50.

Backblaze backs up individual files up to 4 GB by default and this can be lowered in the Preferences panel.

Backblaze, available in 11 languages, costs $5 a month or $50 a year. The service continuously monitors files for changes and uploads them to the server.

For more information on how to get a free one year subscription to backblaze is available here.[Via]


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