HP has a new subscription service to back up, access, share and store digital content, including digital photos. The online service is accessible anywhere there is an Internet connection.
Itâ€™s called the HP Upline. HP says the new service provides consumers and small businesses the security of knowing their digital world is protected in a secure, offsite location in case their local PC gets lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed.
The new service is a result of HPâ€™s recent acquisition of Opelin, a small, privately held San Jose, Calif.-based company that provides security for scalable online services, including storage, backup and data migration.
Starting today, consumers and small business customers may try out a limited plan at no cost for one year. This limited plan includes a fixed amount of online storage, remote access, large file sharing, publishing, and automatic, online backup.
Service plans with unlimited storage are available in the following packages: Home & Home Office ($59 per year), Family ($149) and Professional ($299).
[Site: HP Upline]