Thank you very much, sir
CrashPlan will work beautifully for off-site storage, which is a significant problem when working at home.
Talked to some folk I know with similar problems. Of eight that I could reach, three are using it -
asked 'em why
cussed 'em out because they hadn't mentioned it
- and all three have nothing detrimental to say about it. Of the three, two of 'em have used the shipped hard drive service for backup, and one of 'em has had cause to use the same service for a restore. Said it was a bit confusing to set up, but once configured, it's pretty much a stroll in the park.
'Course, that's someone else's experience, so I'll reserve judgment 'til I've tried it, but it's reassuring to know someone who's actually tried it. They are using the the $50 option, whereas I'll need the $120 option, but that's cheap for verified off-site storage, no? With three (3) aye
votes out of three (3) users, I feel confident that the $120 will not be wasted.
Once again, sir, thank you very much.