Cloudswave Score for IBackup
Rating based on 19 Critic Reviews
IBackup provides a great overall experience for business and individual users alike. The ease of use, range of features, security and customer support easily make IBackup a top online backup service provider. The extra distance they go for their clients makes it a smart choice.
Jonathan Boyd, on Backup Guide
iBackup is a popular and reliable service for business and enterprise backup. iBackup features the highest standard of security and performance. Business plans start at $9.95 monthly for 500 Gb of storage. Supports data protection and recovery for small or large businesses. A solid choice if you need to backup both company computers as well as Windows/Mac servers.
George Popescu, on Softpedia
In conclusion, if you are looking for a light, easy-to-use and reliable backup utility for your Mac, then you should try iBackup for yourself and decide if it is the right app for you.
Geoff Akerlund, on Backup Review
IBackup is a good online backup service for businesses that need to backup servers, but there’s very little reason to choose it over IDrive which has identical features.
Wil Gomez, on Mac360
If iTunes created the iPhone or iPad backup, the iBackup Viewer can let you browse the backup’s contents. And it’s free. Caveats? Yes. If your iPhone or iPad backup is encrypted you’ll need the Pro version which comes with a hefty price tag.
From Best Backups
An interesting experience, as I’m not happy about the website, but pretty happy with the program. The website is a bit hard and corporate to use, but the software is clearly laid out and only has the options you would need. Not the best price, but not expensive.
From Cloud Backup Reviews
IBackup is an online storage provider that allows for basic file backup options with the added peace of mind and security that online backup solutions are known for, while also providing some unique features currently not available from all online backup storage providers.
Matthew Nawrocki, on TechRepublic
For a backup system that will cover all the basics handily, IBackup might just fit the bill. It's easy to configure and will give you the peace of mind you desire for all your data safety needs.
Matt Smollinger, on Small Net Builder
In closing, IBackup is a bit of a mess. The core service works well, but the documentation, pricing, and security leave a lot to be desired. The general cold shoulder for Mac OS, security-wise, makes me think IBackup/IDrive isn't really serious about supporting it.
Rick Vanover, on Notebook Review
IBackup has a very strong technology offering for an online backup service. The biggest obstacle for use in the home environment will be the costs associated with most plans. Put simply, you’re paying a premium cost for the convenience of not managing multiple hardware and software components. The question for the user is whether the time savings are worth the costs.
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