Joe Payne, writing for CrashPlan parent company Code42:
Today we announced our decision to no longer offer the consumer
version of our product, known as CrashPlan for Home. We will honor
all of our existing agreements with consumers, but we will no
longer renew any consumer subscriptions, nor will we sign up any
new consumers for CrashPlan for Home.
Allow me to take this opportunity to endorse Backblaze. Now, Backblaze has sponsored this website and my podcast so many times that I’d be a fool not to disclose that fact up front. But I’m not posting this because of that. They’re not paying me to say this. I’m just a delighted (and paying!) customer of their service, and I recommend it wholeheartedly.
Really, the fact that Backblaze is a frequent sponsor made me hesitate to post this, to avoid any appearance of playing favorites for sponsors, but online (and thus off-site) backups are so important that I’m doing it anyway. If you don’t have an off-site backup system in place for your Macs, I implore you to check out Backblaze.
★ Wednesday, 23 August 2017