Use a single account to backup all your Mac and Windows computers. SafeCopy Backup is offering our full featured service free for life in a 3GB account. Fast, secure and runs quietly in the background to keep your files safe.
Description: SafeCopy Backup is a leading online backup provider with an 11 language interface and customer base on every continent.
ONLINE BACKUP - One account for your whole family of computers.
SECURE ACCESS - Securely access your files from any browser.
EASY SHARING - Share folders and files with co-workers and friends.
MORE THAN 1 COMPUTER - All your Windows and Mac computers can share one account. It's your storage, use it however you like.
COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC - Install the software, select the folders you want to backup, done.
NEVER FAR AWAY FROM YOUR FILES - Access them from any computer, internet enabled smartphone or iPhone.
WILL NOT SLOW DOWN YOUR COMPUTER - Consumes minimal CPU and memory by moving heavy processes to the SafeCopy servers. This allows SafeCopy to provide a realtime backup without you noticing it's even running.
SHARE LARGE FILES - Easily send files of any size to your friends or co-workers by sending them a private email link.
MORE RELIABLE THAN AN EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE
External hard drives are not ideal for backups because they usually sit right next to your computer. So if your computer is stolen, damaged by fire, flood or virus attack, both the computer and the hard drive are gone.
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