2017 - 2018 News Releases / Coverage
- September 20, 2018Venturebeat.comIDrive adds facial recognition to automatically organize your photos
This week marks the launch of IDrive People, which uses computer vision to identify faces in backed-up files and automatically group images by name.
- September 6, 2018Business.comBest Remote PC Access Software
RemotePC by IDrive is an easy-to-use solution that offers a long list of features and security protocols to keep your remote interactions efficient and safe.
- June 28, 2018ITProGreat price; Excellent security options; Unbelievable value for small businesses
RemotePC is a great choice for small businesses that want a cloud-hosted remote support solution that's exceedingly easy to use.
- June 12, 2018Business.comBest Cloud Storage and Online Backup Services
IDrive's versatile and easy-to-use platform is packed with features and different ways to back up, store and recover your company's data, which is why we named it our best pick for small businesses.
- MAY 15, 2018tom's guideIDrive is best for anyone who has multiple machines to back up
IDrive Personal has virtually every "nice to have" feature that is on our list, save for unlimited storage, making it an easy recommendation for anyone who can stay within the reasonably priced 2TB storage tier. IDrive Personal backs up phones, offers a syncing option, has unlimited versioning and lets you quickly "seed" your account by sending in a hard drive with your data.
- April 19, 2018PCMagRemotePC
Effortless, simple interface with a flat learning curve. Fast performance. Easy file transfers between local and remote desktops. Inexpensive
- Oct 25, 2017PCMagYou won't find a better overall online backup service than the full-featured IDrive, especially for the price
If you're in the market for an online backup service, there are many variables to consider, including storage size, pricing, advanced backup features, and ease of use. IDrive hits high marks across all these categories, and it offers a good price-to-storage ratio, too.
Online backup is an essential hedge against physical data disaster. Whether it's an act of theft or an act of God (earthquakes, floods, hard-drive devouring locusts), you never know what could hit your PC or phone, and when. This is especially important for mobile-centric users, who stand to lose a lot of digital stuff if their device disappears.
Businesses are drowning under the relentless onslaught of data. IDC predicts that digital data will grow at the incredible annual growth rate of 42 percent through 2020, while many analysts say that the data generated by Internet of Things (IoT) systems will come so fast and furious that most storage systems won't know what hit them.
One popular option to meet this demand is cloud storage, or internet-based backup and syncing for businesses.
With the internet of things, cloud storage has become more than just a way to conserve business resources by storing files and data online. It has become an essential business tool. It allows users to share and collaborate on projects from any location using a variety of devices. Cloud storage is also a vital component of any security system. Storing critical backups on the company server has inherent dangers, such as ransomware attacks or system failures. Keeping backups in the cloud is the best way to ensure a quick recovery.