15 Useful Free Services To Backup Your Data Online

Taking online Backup of your Data is not a luxury but a necessarily. You can’t afford to miss your Videos, Photos, Movies, files and folders, in fact no one can. These moments and this time doesn’t come back again.

Thus you should always go for some service for a backup of your data online. This post has a compilation of the useful sites where you can upload your data and keep it safe for eve. And if you have more memories (read data) than others, you can always switch to a pro version. But be sure to check Terms of use to know your rights, security and responsibilities.

If you like this article, you might be interested in some of our older resources on Free File Hosting Sites, Fax Services, Free Stock Photos, Free EBooks.

Sugar Sync

Sugar Sync

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Cloud Experience

Cloud Experience

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ADrive

ADrive

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Dropbox

Dropbox

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Gladinet

Gladinet

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DriveHQ

DriveHQ

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Wuala

Wuala

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Mozy

Mozy

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Windows Live SkyDrive

Windows Live SkyDrive

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IDrive

IDrive

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SpiderOak

SpiderOak

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FlipDrive

FlipDrive

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FBackup

FBackup

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My Other Drive

My Other Drive

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Mega Upload

Mega Upload

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Allway Sync

Allway Sync

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SDExplorer

SDExplorer

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Open Drive

Open Drive

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  • Pranjal R Nigam

    Too Good.

  • A. Tatum Jr

    I use Dropbox, Skydrive and Idrive. All work well and have there pros. IDrive is one of the best paid option for continuous backup. You can get 150GB for just under $5 per month.

    • Chema Martínez

      Thanks, A. Tatum Jr.

      Is really helpful your informaiton. And yes, IDrive sounds ike a good option with a really good prize. Maybe I will try it :)

  • Chema Martínez

    So cool! I’m really interested in this, because I’m starting to be more careful with my files because I had one big problem few weeks ago and I lost everything.
    This is very helpful! What is the best for you? :)

  • http://www.cloudberrylab.com Girlincloud

    There is another option to backup data to cloud storage powered by Amazon S3. Check out CloudBerry Backup. It is onetime fee and the rest what you pay for Amazon S3. Besides, there is no proprietary data format and you can access your data using other Amazon s3 tools. It supports all AWS regions, Reduced Redundancy Storage and access to cloud storage using the virtual drive.

    Girlincloud,
    CloudBerry Lab team

  • http://www.techshouters.com Sinbad Konick

    If i found this post a few day before my all neccessay won’t be gone for ever from my bookmark list..:( i found the post but not when i needed anyway thanks…it will help others…

  • http://www.geekandblogger.com Pavan Somu

    Unfortunately, saving up your files in your personal computer does not guarantee that all information will be saved. Be aware that accidents and system failures do happen. Backing up your data can prevent data loss when for example files and folders from your computer are deleted by failure or accident.

    Myself, I use Dropbox. It’s really a great tool to share work with my clients and visa versa… and of course to back up my work. Great article. Going to check the others out too.

  • Jai

    I do the backing up of my data on my PC. Having it online I think is risky. You don’t know if it’s really safe out there. Rather have it beside me. ^^

  • https://www.facebook.com/nikhil.sharma.982845 Nikhil Sharma

    The list is great and comprehensive. However I use Dropbox and Skydrive.

  • Kuldeep

    Dropbox is best among them. I am using it and I am in love with it.