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Backupify.com – Secure Your Online Life (Free for Limited Time) December 24, 2009

Posted by Ced in Blog, Bookmarks, Email, Feeds, Online, Photo, Services, Storage.
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Backupify.com is a service that enables you to backup your online lifestream in the cloud.

Currently, it supports the following services: Flickr, Twitter, Delicious, Zoho, Google Docs, Photobucket, WordPress, Basecamp, Facebook, FriendFeed, Blogger, and Hotmail.

Soon, these will also be supported: YouTube, Xmarks, RssFeed, and Tumblr.

“Your lifestream contains important data, but all those pictures, videos, documents, and blog posts are exposed to potential loss. Some web 2.0 services shut down without warning. Others are hacked. Sometimes data is lost from basic human error, or the intentional actions of a disgruntled employee. Don’t put your lifestream at risk when there is a simple, easy, low cost way to back it up” [backupify.com]

Features:

  • Protect Your Important Data – Store backups of all your online data safely and securely.
  • Automatic – Set it up once, and let us do the rest. Backups occur automatically.
  • Low Cost – We use Amazon’s S3 infrastructure to keep costs low so that you can save.
  • Easy – Setup takes just minutes, and is as simple as entering your login credentials for the sites you want to backup.
  • Secure – All your login and password information is locked away and secure to protect you from hackers and other online threats.
  • Privacy – Everything you backup is yours. You own your data. We won’t share it with anyone.

The great news is that backupify.com is offering their service for FREE until January 31, 2010. How cool is that? 🙂

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