HP Upline Offers Subscription Based Online Storage Service

HP Upline

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.

It’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 HP’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]

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About Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.