MyBackupBox is a cloud solution that helps you move your cloud data from one service provider to another. It links your different cloud accounts and move data between them one way or another either manually or automatically based on the schedule you set up.
The services MyBackupBox currently supports includes:
- Google Drive
- Amazon S3
It covers pretty much all major services. Because of these, scenarios like below can be benefited by this cloud service greatly.
Scenarios #1: it makes switching between cloud storage providers much easier.
Scenarios #2: it makes backing up the entire website into a cloud space possible.
Scenarios #3: backs up your online storage to another online storage to avoid putting all eggs into one basket.
Scenarios #4: with the support of MySQL, it even makes backing up your crucial database into a cloud space possible.
You can sign up with myBackupBox for free but the service is not 100% free, though I truly wish so. It starts free with Personal account automatically assigned to you upon your signup, which limits at 1G per transfer with maximum 10 transfers per month. If you have larger data that go beyond that, it will cost $20 per month for a Pro account with unlimited number of transfers but 25GB data maximum, or a higher $99 for up to 200GB data per month.
However, you can always start with the free account and see how it helps you with moving or backing up your data.
Being a guy holding multiple online storage accounts at the same time and running a few websites on my own, I do feel services such as MyBackupBox is hugely needed. It streamlines the crucial but tedious work like backup to make it a much easy thing to do. The feature like backing up entire website is absolutely wonderful.
You can also watch how it works in action from the video below.