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Old 06-07-2018, 11:35 AM
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Originally Posted by PeppermintPatty View Post
So, it looks like my choices are backblaze, which is cheap, easy, and fast, but doesn't offer robust versioning. Or crash plan small business, which costs twice as much and does offer robust versioning.

I don't trust myself to swap disks regularly. That's a fine plan, but only if you execute on it. And my data is reasonably fast. And in the unlikely event I lose everything, I can probably wait a while to get my large files back.
Time machine gives you versioning. Why do you need versioning for the off-site backup?

I've never loved Time Machine's versioning so I use dropbox for my current working files. Old stuff can be archived off dropbox if I run low on space.
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