Conspire Web Services reduces cloud backup costs by up to 25x

CHICAGO - Aug. 15, 2019 - PRLog -- Conspire Web Services, A Blade-Conspire International Group subsidiary, announced this week that they've released the latest incarnation of their legendary Cloud Backup service.

Most notably the newly updated client side technology platform enables the rapid deployment of installed user bases, providing faster roll-out for enterprise customers with large numbers of fleet devices to cater for.

Home users will appreciate the removal of the tiered software features - all accounts are able to perform complex tasks that would normally be reserved for the software tools provided to larger customers. This allows for unparalleled flexibility in determining which provider platform to work with - you will not have to forgo features because of budget limitations.

The new post-pay option, removes the hurdle of backup sets failing after hours when the server-side storage quota has been reached. Any data that exceeds the quota is simply charged in the next cycle, or customers can retain the option of prepay data quotas.

Finally storage in Conspire Web Services' state-of-the-art data facility is now up to 25x cheaper than before, reducing the cost of entry. Conspire firmly believes that the tools to ensure all users can avoid disaster should be available to as many customers as possible - regardless of their size, budget or install base.

With the new pricing, storage costs a minuscule 1 cent per gigabyte and the access to the platform via Conspire's backup software costs a mere $4.99 (USD) per month.The site license included can be installed on an unlimited number of devices.

For more information on the updates visit the Conspire Web Services Press Center or to sign up drop by the Cloud Backup product page at https://conspireweb.com/backup.

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