NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / September 3, 2014 / Go Tech Track weighs the pros and cons of Carbonite, a popular provider of cloud backup services.
In its review about Carbonite, GoTechTrack.com mentions the many benefits of the service. The website talks about the several useful options and features that the provider offers for any and all computer users who need to off-site backup services. The basic Carbonite package backs up and restores photos, music and documents, but users may opt for additional security features to address more of their backup needs. State-of-the-art encryption software also provides customers with dependable digital security.
GoTechTrack.com also mentions the free trial available for both home and business users. The Carbonite review also emphasizes the online and phone support available for all users during normal business hours.
According to GoTechTrack.com, Carbonite’s downsides include limited service of one-PC per account; lack of file sharing option; slower speed after about 200GB of data has been backed up; and lack of progress indicator. Since the service is Internet dependent, it requires users to be online at all times in order to ensure an updated backup.
“This backup service seems to be pretty evenly matched in terms of the good and bad points,” said the GoTechTrack.com team. “While none of the cons seem bad enough to put off most users from the service, it’s up to the customer to decide if the pros are better than the competition and if they’re worth the hassle of the cons.”
GoTechTrack.com also reveals the 15-day no-risk, free trial offered by the service for home users, and a 30-day free trial for businesses.
To find out more about the Carbonite review from Go Tech Track, please visit http://gotechtrack.com/carbonite-com-review/ for information.
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