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If your laptop is full of memories, any kind of technical hitch can cause heartbreak. Backing up to an external hard drive is a good first step, but to protect your precious files against natural disasters like fire and flood, it’s wise to have it backed up to a remote location.

With SkyHub Cloud’s 2TB plan, you’ll get a whopping two terabytes of online backup space for life, automatically on up to four computers. And it’s currently available for just $49.99 through MakeUseOf Deals.

Here is a closer look at the service.

SkyHub Cloud 2TB Backup

Once you have downloaded the free application for Windows and OS X, SkyHub gets straight to work, backing up all the data on your computer, including any attached or networked drives. Alternatively, you can choose to exclude specific folders and throttle the upload speed at peak times, although SkyHub imposes no restrictions on uploads.

Everything is protected by military grade AES-256 encryption. In addition to the desktop clients, you can upgrade at any time to add mobile devices to your account, with apps for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone free to download.

You can access all of your backed up files via SkyHub’s online dashboard, and choose how your data should be stored. Things that you want to keep long term, but do not need on a daily basis, can be put into “cold storage” — think of it as a digital attic. SkyHub also offers a hybrid system which allows for quick access from this archival storage.

Lifetime Backup for $49.99 — Act Quickly!

Compared with the price of Google Drive or iCloud storage, the current deal on SkyHub Cloud offers outstanding value. This lifetime subscription includes updates, and you save 90% on the regular price. But be quick — this deals ends April 18.

Buy now: SkyHub Cloud Lifetime 2TB Plan for $49.99

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  1. Cora996
    March 1, 2016 at 5:24 pm

    I did purchase this to use as a full computer back up only then to realize, that uploading my entire computer for back up goes against my data allowance cap which is a little more than my 800 GB of computer I would end up going over each month, in turn my internet company will charge me $10.00 per 10 GB over data allowance this can really add up each month. (Wish I would have figured it out before I bought)

  2. mohali
    February 27, 2016 at 3:39 am

    Never go for Skyhub. This company engages in false advertising and customer service is absolutely horrible. Also, note if you give them money, it will be final and will not be refunded regardless of the fact whether the software works or not. Please don't use Skyhub!!!

    • gandalph
      March 1, 2016 at 3:29 am

      mohali - you make a number of assertions about this company. Can you provide any evidence to back up your allegations about them? I was considering using their online backup which, at the current discounted price, seems like a great bet. You have made me wonder and perhaps others too. That is fairly bold stuff you've written and I'd like to know what has caused you to be so critical of the company. I'd also very much like to know what the company's side of this is. If they are so bad, why would they publish such a comment? Look forward to some clarification.

      • Zachary Meyer
        March 3, 2016 at 6:36 pm

        they state the offer android and iphone app. but the link is a null entry to the homepage. they do not offer any backup for anything but web/pc and they do NOT backup iphone or android even though they say back up all your devices.

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