HP Reaches for the Cloud with Upline

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News Posted: Mon, Apr 7 2008 8:22 PM

HP has joined the burgeoning ranks of those offering online storage and backup in the cloud as it announces Upline.  Funny thing is, that term always makes us think of Amway, not storage.

If it feels like the online storage and file sharing market is getting a little crowded, that's because it is. Just in the past few weeks, we've seen services such as Dropbox, AOL's Xdrive Desktop, Windows SkyDrive, and more, come into the market.

Now HP is dropping its hat into the ring, with HP Upline. HP Upline offers unlimited storage for as low as $59 per year. Features of Upline include:

    * Automatic Backup
    * 1-click restore
    * Access from anywhere
    * Ability to share files with friends


File-sharing?  What have we come to!?



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kid007 replied on Tue, Apr 8 2008 6:06 AM
that is something that i would never do. upload my stuff into some server ha! are you kidding me? I guess people sometimes don't think! oh well...

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frg1 replied on Tue, Apr 8 2008 4:20 PM

i would rather have a external drive for backup 

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digitaldd replied on Tue, Apr 15 2008 7:35 AM

JungleDisk for the win.

 

encrypt whatever you put on any online datastorage site and you should be OK. 

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higgamo replied on Tue, Apr 15 2008 9:43 AM

 =/ ill rather make a server have total control of it.

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