Nathan (gemsling) wrote,
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JungleDisk 2.0 released

If you're interested in setting up online backup using Amazon S3, you might like to try JungleDisk. Amazon S3 storage costs $0.15 per GB per month to store, plus $0.18 per GB transferred.

JungleDisk is a desktop app for Windows/Mac/Linux that encrypts your data and stores it on S3. You can set up automatic scheduled backups, as well as use your S3 account as a virtual drive/volume. In July you can buy a copy for $10 (half price).

Okay, that's my word-spreading done. That is all.
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