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CrashPlan review

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XCaution said: I wish these software reviews for Backup would tell you more about the company financial stability resources ect How do I know if this company is even going to be around in 4 years I wouldnt buy a stock without knowing a lot about the company why place all my personal information on somebodys servers that I dont know anything about

Henrik Hoyer said: Bad restore performanceTheir restore performance sucks bigtime dont expect anything above 5Mbs I case of a complete restore that meens you need daysweeks to restore all your data

Minobre37 said: I am looking for a good online back up service As a costumer a appreciate a client good support Some ppl complain about the Crash Plan support but with u go to their Facebook official page they answer u quickly

Rui Silva said: this is a joke Norton is limited to 25GB and cost 49 Crashplan cost 35 4 years purchase and it is ILIMITED

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