We are living in the Information Age and today one of the most important things to most of us is our data. If our computers, tablets, phones, or other devices disappeared, or the webapps we depend on shut down tomorrow, the files we lose would be harder to replace than the things themselves. From pictures to music to the new web app you’ve been creating, we’re keeping more data than ever and all of it is stuff you want to access anytime, anywhere, without ever losing it.
The good news is there are many apps today to help keep your data synced and safe. Dropbox is one of the most popular file sync apps ever, but SpiderOak is another promising offering that helps ensure your data is safe and secure as well.
We’re going to take a deeper look at what both of these services offer and then hopefully you can decide if Dropbox, SpiderOak, or another service is the one you need to keep your data synced and safe.
At Web.AppStorm we review and round up the best web apps from around the internet. This week we’re giving away some great goodies from a few of the most popular web apps we’ve covered. A big Thank You goes out to Formstack, SpiderOak, SmugMug and Remember The Milk for sponsoring this week’s giveaway.
There’s an abundance of data backup and sharing apps, regardless of which platform you use. However, there are only so many that do a great job and run on all the major platforms (OS X, Windows and Linux). If you’re seeking a quality backup and sharing app, you might consider giving SpiderOak a try.
Today I’ll review the backup, sync and sharing app SpiderOak.
Update: Be sure to check out SpiderOak’s new iPhone app!