Apple was one of the first to pioneer online storage. With your Mac (and PC through the Windows iDisk Utility) you can choose the files you want to backup and then back these on your .Mac online storage space. Mac OS X makes this easy for you and you can restore your bookmarks, address book contacts and more, if you lose these in the future.
Whilst we wait for Google's rumoured GDrive service, other service providers are catching on that with the rise of very fast broadband, we can store our data online and retrieve it either from another PC, securely, or restore it back on our host system if we experience data loss.
One of these services is Mozy Remote Backup, who provide you with 2GB of storage space, free of charge. If you refer new users, you're given additional space free of charge. You can also purchase additional space a nominal cost. Anyway, check it out and let us know what you think.
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