Data redundancy is critically important. Sure, having a local backup of your hard drive is a good first step, but that’s just not enough. If you use a service like IDrive to keep all of your important information in the cloud, you can rest easy knowing that you won’t lose your data in a fire or robbery. And in honor of world backup day, you can save big!
• iDrive 5TB Cloud Storage Backup for $6.95 (List price: $69.50)
On Windows, macOS, and mobile, IDrive will store up to 5TB of data securely and privately in the cloud. Stuck with a slow internet connection or terrible bandwidth caps? Fear not, the IDrive Express service has a great workaround. Simply request a drive, plug it into your machine, transfer your data, and then send it back. It’s simple, and the first use of the service is included in your yearly fee.
Over at PCMag, IDrive was scored with an excellent rating of four and a half out of five. The review calls out the low asking price, the robust feature set, and the superb user interface. Take advantage of today’s sale, and IDrive sounds even better.
While this service is usually priced at $69.50 per year, you can grab a one-year subscription for just $6.95 – a whopping 90% discount. Just remember that the subscription will renew at the full price after the initial period is finished. And if you’re not willing to continue on, just cancel your service before your year is finished.
Note: Terms and conditions apply. See the IDrive site for more information.
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