Backblaze supports Windows 7

By | October 23rd, 2009

Microsoft has been asking people to throw house parties for the launch of Windows 7. We threw our own…but rather than bags of Doritos we racked stacks of hard drives. For those of you that did throw a Windows 7 house party, or just bought or upgraded to Windows 7, Backblaze fully supports the new….

Backblaze release 1.0.3

By | October 6th, 2009

Backblaze has made a new release available and all users are scheduled to be automatically upgraded over the next two weeks. Below are the enhancements in this release: Release Date: 6/8/09 Windows Version: 1.0.3.209 Mac Version: 1.0.3.210 Auto-Update: All Users Enhanced Bandwidth Utilization Streamlined metadata uploads to reduce bandwidth usage and enhance backup speed. Enhanced….

Photographer portfolio saved by Backblaze

By | August 31st, 2009

Thousands of photographers use Backblaze to protect their digital photos, in part due to the recommendation of some great photo sites such as Photojojo, Stuck in Customs, Digital Composting, TWIP, NSLog(); and many others. This week one of our customers sent us a note to show some of the 400 GB of photos recovered from….

Backblaze release 1.0.1.190 and 1.0.1.191

By | August 31st, 2009

Backblaze has made a new release available. Users will start being automatically upgraded later this week. Below are the enhancements in this release: Release Date: 8/31/09 Windows Version: 1.0.1.191 Mac Version: 1.0.1.190 Auto-Update: All Users Complete Snow Leopard Support (Mac) * Re-written installer to support Snow Leopard security model. * 64-bit support for higher performance…..

Backblaze supports Snow Leopard

By | August 31st, 2009

Apple launched OSX 10.6 Snow Leopard on Friday and not only is it faster and smaller, but also adds a few new features and core services. But for many, the price of just $29 seemed to be the primary reason to upgrade. So, were these really enough for people to rush out and buy the….

MacWorld Brings Back Steve Jobs

By | August 12th, 2009

Sometimes its the little things that warm my heart. In January, many of us hoped to see Steve Jobs on stage as the keynote for the MacWorld event. We decided to show our support by making “Bring Back Steve Jobs” posters and passing them out the morning of the keynote. Today a very cool time….