Backblaze brings its dirt cheap cloud backups to the enterprise

arstechnica.com

Derrick says: Backblaze made its name several years for open sourcing the design of the massive-scale storage “pods” that underpin its cheap and unlimited consumer backup service. Since then, it has been moving into the enterprise—first with an object storage service in 2015 (which it calls the cheapest in the cloud) and now with $50-per-year enterprise PC backup.

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