Regular backups are by far the most reliable and cost-efficient method of protecting your crucial data from corruption, modification and theft. Common backup destinations include optical disks (CD/DVD), flash drives and different kinds of online storage. While optical disks can be scratched and USB drives can be lost, online data backup services provide the most reliable way of storing your data, so if you have been looking for one, check out Sync2S3, an easy-to-use client for the revolutionary Amazon S3 service!
Sync2S3 is a compact and affordable tool that serves as a bridge between you and the Amazon S3 cloud storage service. In essence, Amazon S3 is the name of a vast data storage space formed by a number of data centers scattered across the world. Once you have access to the system, you can upload and download files without limitations for a small fee. The size of the storage is humongous, so rest assured your won’t run out of HDD space here! Whenever an upload is initiated through Sync2S3, it establishes a secure SSL connection with Amazon S3 and also adds each file to a zip archive encrypted using the 256 bit AES algorithms, which ensures rock-solid data security. This means only one thing — your backups will be absolutely impenetrable.
Using the program is extremely easy — just sign up with Amazon (or use your existing account) and install Sync2S3!
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