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I understand that there are some places on the www where there is a facility to send all your backup files to a secure place (you know, one copy on hard drive, another on disk kept in a safe and another else where on line).

I have a lot of data files (50 megs) which I want to keep out of my house, incase of fire etc.  Does anyone know where I can get hold of a web company who is prepared to look after the data on a secure server, and has the ability for me to login and retrive or upload files?

I suppose I could use my ISP via FTP with the free web space, but are there any better solutions?
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Yes there few companies that will let you upload you filies for small fee. Try @Backup for month free www.atbackup.com
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Hi

Thx.  Do you know any more sites, and also how much these guys charge?  I could not find a price list anywhere on their site.
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