Thank you, Emily!

Yeah, seems kinda like a dirty trick....
Let us know how you like BackBlaze test......


Linda M. Feltner Artist LLC
Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, President

On 3/25/18 2:04 PM, Emily S. Damstra wrote:
> Linda,
> I would strongly recommend against Crashplan. While the Crashplan for 
> Home plan was great, any company that would treat its customers as 
> Crashplan has (by discontinuing the popular service Crashplan for Home 
> and forcing those customers to either leave Crashplan or pay twice as 
> much for approx. the same service) is not a company I want to do 
> business with. I am currently in the process of testing Backblaze as a 
> replacement for my Crashplan for Home plan. I did quite a bit of 
> looking into the options and was torn between Backblaze and Carbonite.
> Emily
> ---
> *Emily S. Damstra*
> natural science illustration
> Guelph, Ontario
> (519) 616-3654
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> On Sun, Mar 25, 2018 at 4:06 PM, Karen Ackoff <[log in to unmask] 
> <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
>     Linda, you beat me to it… Yes, CrashPlan discontinued their plan
>     for individuals. And so you must migrate or use one of their
>     business plans, as you outline below.
>     Carbonite has the limitation that it does not back up external
>     drives from a Mac… unless they’ve changed that (I haven’t checked
>     recently). So this renders it useless for me.
>     My user group likes BackBlaze, and that is what I’m switching to
>     (from CrashPlan). It does back up external Mac drives. The price
>     is reasonable at about $60/yr.
>     Best,
>     K
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