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Online Backup Guide has published a countdown of the very best personal backup services available online for the year ahead, to help people keep their data safe and secure.

Chicago, IL, United States of America – March 14, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Backing up files was once something only power users had to consider, but as documents, images and videos get larger in scale, backup services are increasingly ubiquitous. The good news is that this makes them more competitive than ever, and these services have been strengthening and diversifying across the major brands to offer the most complete service at the most affordable price. Online Backup Guide has been following this evolution with interest, and has now published its Top 5 Personal Backup Solutions for 2014.

The article includes a general introduction followed by a cross comparison table of the five best providers, including SOS online backup, Back Blaze, Carbonite, Crash Plan and JustCloud. The site compares the features offered by each company in a manner that allows people to draw direct comparisons and see for themselves which features are most important in deciding which provider to go with.

In addition, the site has written comprehensive individual reviews of all the service providers in the list so that individuals can discover further information on their top two choices from the five before deciding which provider to go with.

A spokesperson for Online Backup Guide explained, “The top five are so close in terms of the quality of service they provide, but in our professional opinion SOS Online Backup is providing the single most comprehensive service available. Their only downsides are flash stick shipping and an incompatibility with Linux and Blackberry, but neither of these will affect 99% of users. However, their military grade government-proof encryption, rock bottom subscription prices and family plans put them well ahead of the competition, though there’s still room for the needs of the individual user to define which comes out on top for them, which is why we offer free trials for all these companies.”

About Online Backup Guide:
Online Backup Guide is a website that helps consumers choose the right backup solution for their home or business. The website was launched by Mark Van Heusen, an IT security specialist with over 21 years of experience in the industry. The website contains detailed reviews of all products as well as quality articles that relate to the IT security and data safety niches.

For more information about us, please visit http://onlinebackupguide.org/

Contact Info:
Name: Mark Van Heusen
Email: info@onlinebackupguide.org
Phone: 3125145451
Organization: Online Backup Guide

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