What Do You Need to Back Up?


Back up computers and laptops in the cloud to protect all of your memories and documents from hardware failure, accidents, or ransomware. And access them anywhere.

Protect Files


Manage backups for your organization with custom admin controls centered on security and scalability to ensure protection of all essential business data.

Safeguard Business

VMs, Servers, NAS

Protect your systems data for business continuity and disaster recovery with accessible backup and second copies for VM, servers, and NAS.

Secure Systems

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After carefully comparing 19 services and testing six, we believe that Backblaze is the best online backup service.”

Trusted by More Than 400,000 Customers

Your Data Is Safe

Backblaze is built for enterprise grade security at industry leading prices. All data is encrypted before transmission and stored in secure data centers with 24-hour staff, biometric security, and redundant power.

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Private Key

Private encryption keys available to increase security, ensuring only one key unlocks your backup.

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Files are encrypted before transmission over SSL and stay encrypted with Backblaze.

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Native Software

Using code native to Mac and PC and avoiding Java, Backblaze is faster and more secure.

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Two-Factor Verification

Two-factor verification via ToTP and SMS is available to protect most Backblaze accounts.

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More Great Stuff

Explore some of the many features Backblaze Computer Backup provides.

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Customized Backups

Use automated settings or custom-schedule backups to coordinate system load.

Schedule Settings
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Mobile Access

Mobile apps for iOS and Android put files at your fingertips everywhere.

Access Anywhere
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Rapid Access

Manually throttle uploads or use the Backblaze intelligent performance tuner.

Rapid Access
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Locate My Computer

Log in everywhere to locate a missing or stolen computer anywhere.

Location Services
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Extended Version History

Restore old versions of files for 30 days, one year, or forever.

Explore EVH
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Multiple Restore Options

Restoring data is easy with a range of options.

Restore Options
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File Sharing

Sharing files you’ve backed up is just as easy as backing them up.

How To Share Files
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Status Updates

Never worry about the status of your backups.

Stay Informed


I’m interested in backing up—can I take Backblaze Computer Backup for a test drive?

Certainly! Backblaze provides a 15-day complimentary trial for Computer Backup users, ensuring a commitment-free experience that doesn't require upfront credit card details. During this trial, you're free to perform unlimited backups while having full access to all of your stored data.

How much does Backblaze Computer Backup cost?

Our Computer Backup service costs just $7 per month. Also, you can save $14 annually by signing up for an annual license, or save $38 when you sign up for a two year license. Have over 50 computers to back up? Reach out to our sales team for a customized quote.

How do I choose a cloud backup service?

Choosing a cloud backup service is an important decision to ensure the safety and accessibility of your data. A few things to keep in mind when researching cloud backup providers are the following: Do they have a good reputation, affordable pricing, great customer service, and a free trial period so you can try before you buy? Backblaze is one of the fastest and most affordable cloud backup services on the market.

Can I manage my backup users’ accounts from a centralized dashboard?

Yes. You can add and remove user accounts from a single dashboard using our Groups functionality.

How long will Backblaze keep my files?

Backblaze offers the standard 30 days of version history by default. You can also add Extended Version History to your account.

What is the best strategy for backing up a computer?

One of the best ways to approach backup is to use the 3-2-1 data backup strategy. That means keeping three copies of your data, on two different media, and keeping at least one copy of your data off-site. You might keep on-premises data backups on network attached storage (NAS) or a local server. For off-site backup, a cloud data storage provider is a great choice because it is inherently scalable as your company grows and it’s accessible when you need it.

What is the difference between cloud sync and cloud backup?

Backup services run automatically in the background, capturing all new and updated data and backing them up to the cloud. Sync services provide a quick way to sync (literally: synchronize) data across multiple devices, and often include a sharing component. However, they rely on the user putting files into specific folders where syncing occurs, which isn’t an ideal backup solution. Read all about the differences between cloud backup vs. cloud sync.

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