Backblaze launched in 2007, accruing hard drives and building out a backup capacity of what amounts to some 150 petabytes of data on its servers. They’ve since become one of the most trusted providers of backup, with prices that beat out even Amazon’s impressively prices S3 service. How much cheaper? Right now you can get a year of unlimited backup on Backblaze for $24.99 at Cult of Mac Deals.
That’s 25 bucks to make sure that all your files, videos, music, photos, everything is still available when your hard drive eventually fritzes out. Backblaze can be easily set up to automatically backup your drives at optimized speeds, it’ll even save your deleted files for 30 days after you toss them. Plus it’s secure, operating data centers with 24-hour staff, biometric security and redundant power, and running on native Mac and PC coding rather than Java, which is responsible for 91% of attacks on data storage.