Several Free Online Data Backup Websites

I've seen many times the hardware failure problems. When that happens, it leaves data in high risk. It seems that holding an external HDD won't be a permanently safe way to store or backup data. As a result, you can choose another alternative - backup data online! There are a lot of online data backup websites, here just list several popular ones.

Back up your files online and sync them to multiple computers and devices. Mozy offers 2 GB for free and the option to add more through paid services. There are both PC and MAC clients.

DropBox also gives 2 GB free space, just drag your files and folders to the dropbox folder in your computer and your files will get automatically uploaded to the dropbox server. You can use it for Windows, Mac, Linux and mobile.

Skydrive is part of the Microsoft Windows Live suite of services, it offers an 25 GB free online storage. It requires a Microsoft Live ID to sign in and begin using the backup service.

Idrive gives 5GB free space for basic users to backup Online unlimited PCs, Macs, iPhones, iPads and Android devices into a Single Account.

CrashPlan is a backup software that allows Windows, Mac, Linux and Solaris users to back up their data to an offsite computers as well as to attached drives / shared folders.

MyPCBackup offers 14 days free trial. After that period you'll need to pay. Note: It is only available for PC, not for Mac, Linux or mobile users.


  1. Those backups are really popular,thanks for posting them here in this case a lot of my files are going to backup securely.

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  3. Online back-up storages are now the easiest and the most convenient way to save your financial records, documents, photos, and music. Drop Box is cloud-based, automatic, and a file-synchronization service which can be put in a single folder. While SkyDrive is a webmail based online storage just like Google Docs. Anyway, there are a lot of options to choose from. It’s up to you which one would work best.