Only CrashPlan for Windows offers local and online backup that’s automatic, secure and cross-platform. Whether you need to back up one laptop at home or up to 10 for the family, CrashPlan delivers multi-destination protection that maximizes convenience, flexibility and rapid restores. It’s free to back up locally and to friends and family, and it’s just a few dollars a month for unlimited online backup with aCrashPlan Central subscription.
Triple Destination Protection™
Enjoy free backup to an external drive and any trusted, internet-connected computer. Or experience the full trifecta of fearlessness with a subscription to cloud-based destination, CrashPlan Central. Only CrashPlan offers such comprehensive protection.
Whether you require gigabytes or terabytes of online backup, a subscription to the CrashPlan Central cloud will set you free from file type and size roadblocks.
CrashPlan subscribers can surround their digital life with 448-bit encryption, including a private key option. This rare combination of security measures creates a virtually impenetrable “force field” around your data. What’s more, it taken extra steps to ensure data centers comply with military-grade security standards and conform to industry best practices for power redundancy, cooling and fire protection.
Your Files, Mobilized
Free mobile app is another reason to give a CrashPlan subscription a go. Along with continuous protection of your complete digital life, you’ll enjoy ready access to all your computer files from virtually anywhere, at any time. Files at your fingertips and world at your feet—it’s go time.
Silent and Continuous
CrashPlan is your silent computer backup partner, protecting your precious files and folders in real-time. Designed to use minimal CPU power, you won’t even know it’s running. If your backup is interrupted, or you put your computer to sleep, CrashPlan automatically resumes when your computer becomes available again. And when you subscribe to CrashPlan Central, you can set your online backups to run as frequently as every minute.
External Drive Backup
Have more files to back up than a single hard drive can hold? Most of us do. No problem. CrashPlan computer backup has all your external hard drives covered. You can even remove and later reattach external hard drives without restarting the backup—no matter how long they’ve been disconnected. CrashPlan keep your files safe and secure until you say otherwise. No limits. No hassles. No kidding.
Generous Retention and Versioning
In real life, there’s no living in the past. But you call the shots when it comes to your digital life. With CrashPlan, it’s easy to go back in time to a precise version of a file or folder. What’s more, there’s no limit to how many versions you can back up to CrashPlan Central.
A subscription to the CrashPlan Central cloud is an easy and affordable way to prevent your digital legacy from becoming history. And simple online application, including email alerts, lets you keep an eye on everyone’s backup status—from grandma to high school graduate.
Deleted File Protection
The CrashPlan Central cloud is a regret-free zone. Keep your deleted files forever (unless you tell us not to), so no matter how much time passes after you trash a file, you can dig it out. And while this means a larger investment of resources on part, if it helps reduce anxiety over accidentally trashing your data, it’s well worth it.
Have lots and lots of data (over 300 GB) to backup? If you’re in a hurry to back those files up, seeded backup service is for you. CrashPlan ship you a seed drive with instructions for backing up your files locally. Simply return the fully-loaded seed drive and jump start your backup for you.
Restore-to-Door Priority Recovery
The quickest way to recover your files (and emotional footing) after an epic data loss. With this optional service you will receive a hard drive loaded with your data, so you can restore files locally in just a few hours.
The file you’re working on right now is the one most in need of backup, so CrashPlan backs up your most recent files first, then makes sure you have a full backup at one destination as soon as possible. Even while you’re working, CrashPlan is silently crunching numbers in the background, de-duplicating data between all your files to keep your backups as small and efficient as possible.