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Since 2008, we have offered unlimited Computer Backup for $5 per month. Today, we are announcing that our monthly plan will increase by one dollar, from $5 to $6. Other plans change similarly.
We hope that CrashPlan Home customers who are reaching the end of service on October 22 will consider adopting Backblaze for their backup service.
Today we are announcing that beginning immediately, Backblaze B2 customers will be able to download data stored in B2 to Cloudflare for zero transfer fees. This means that customers can save up to 75% on storage versus Amazon S3 to store their content in the cloud and deliver it worldwide.
Backblaze and most U.S. companies are incorporated in Delaware, which requires assigning a President and Secretary. As good practice, and also typically required to conduct business in other states, companies also assign a Chief Financial Officer (CFO). When we started Backblaze over a decade ago, we listed Brian Wilson (co-founder and CTO) as the CFO…..
Today we’re announcing that compute is now available for B2 Cloud Storage customers through our partnerships with Packet and ServerCentral. These partnerships enable B2 customers to use compute, give our compute partners’ customers access to cloud storage, and introduce new customers to industry-leading storage and compute — all with high-performance, low-latency, and low-cost.
Hiring success shouldn’t be defined by finding and hiring the right person, but instead by the right person being successful and happy within the organization. Let’s look at who you need to hire, when to hire them, where to find them (and how to help them find you), and how to get them to join your company.
The cloud backup industry has seen its share of tumultuousness. BitCasa, Dell DataSafe, Xdrive, and a dozen others have closed up shop. Mozy, Amazon, and Microsoft offered, but later canceled, their unlimited offerings. Recently, CrashPlan for Home customers were notified that their service was being end-of-lifed. Then today we’ve heard that Carbonite is raising its backup prices.