"Another one is called Mozy ... You can pay $6.00 a month, for 50GB of space."
Jen Thorpe, Families.com, February 5, 2011
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"Mozy is another popular online backup service and has a product called Mozypro that's meant for businesses wanting to do a secure data backup on the cloud."
bhijeet Mukherjee, International Business Times, February 4, 2011
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"I'm partial to Mozy, which gives you 2GB of free backup space, a highly automated backup utility, and the option of making a local backup in addition to the cloud version."
Rick Broida, PC World, February 3, 2011
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"As you may recall, I also suggested a fourth option last week - backing up to a "cloud-based" service such as ... Mozy, over the Internet."
Bob Levitus, The Houston Chronicle, January 31, 2011
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"Mozy has become a Lifehacker favorite, especially with the speed boosts and its ability to also back up to external drives. In fact, its external drive backup options make it a cross-platform tool that can pretty much handle every one of your backup needs (cloud + local drive)."
Adam Dachis, Lifehacker, January 3, 2011
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"I'm not going to lecture you about the importance of backing up -- you already know that. But even if you're less than diligent, at least back up irreplaceable files such as family photos...You can use one of the many online backup services like Carbonite or Mozy."
Larry Magid, San Jose Mercury News, January 3, 2011
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"Some speculate that 'cloud computing' and remote storage services that allow users to back up data over the Internet, like Carbonite and Mozy, will soon take the place of computer hard drives, or even external storage devices like flash drives."
Angela Mulholland, CTV.ca News, December 31, 2010
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"Store copies of your most important files online at sites such as Dropbox.com and Mozy.com, each of which gives you 2 gigabytes of free storage."
Eric Gwinn, Chicago Tribune, December 31, 2010