CrashPlan s an online file hosting service which is owned and operated by Code42, a company based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. It is available in 4 types the CrashPlan Free, Individual, Family and Business plans. The service is offered to Mac, Windows, Solaris, Linux, iOS, Android and Windows Mobile users.
@Tom Sheppard As much as I hate CrashPlan, at least you could restore a file in a timely manner, unlike #ArqBackup where you wait…and wait…and wait…and…1 hour 36 minutes ago
@Stuart Langridge @CrashPlanHelp I can't find how to delete my account on your servers (I used the trial, and Crashplan Home, but stopped some time ago)?8 hours 45 minutes ago
@Ian Mercer With Crashplan going away I finally took the plunge and got a Synology NAS and will do Amazon Glacier backups from it I think.9 hours ago
@Tracey RT @IljusMaximus: @CrashPlan says if I don't enter payment info, they'll delete my data, yet there's no way to enter payment info. Very #ka…13 hours 10 minutes ago
Anthony Anderson Happy CrashPlan user here, they are a little pricey compared to my previous (BackBlaze) but the services are far superior. I have been using Crashplan+unlimited for almost 2 years and so far so good. I encountered minor problems which their customer support easily resolved and I don't see any reason to switch to other back-up services.
Angel Ryan CrashPlan is a pretty good, been with them for a few years without much hassle. Only thing that I didn't like about them is that their prices are misleading. For example, they advertise $5.99 per month of unlimited storage but it's actually the price when you choose their long term contract where they are giving @ discounts. The actual price of Crash Unlimited is about double… More of that amount.