Almost two years ago, I decided to subscribe to an online upload service to back up all my stuff. It took about 18 hours to upload everything on my computer. A week to the day later, my hard drive died. I ran down to the local computer repair place, got a new hard drive installed, ran home and downloaded all my stuff. Was I happy!

The first service I used was with HP and I loved it. So HP quit offering it. Now I use Mozy and it's okay. The cost is absolutely a bargain at about $5.00 a month, but it's not quite as user friendly as the HP version was. So I wonder if anyone uses a similar service that she's very happy with.

Also, does anyone use Windows Live or Google Docs and upload your writing to it? Any comments pro or con?

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Tags: backup, docs, google, live, offsight, storage, upload, windows

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