KeepVault announces new price changes and access to your data


KeepVault has announced a new pricing structure for the KeepVault Pro level.

– new flat rate pricing of $0.15/GB/month (when paying yearly) and no per device/seat fees

– buy exactly the storage you need, eg no pricing tiers just buy what you need and upgrade at any time

– the new pricing and the increased flexibility makes KeepVault Pro very price/feature competitive in the Pro/Small Medium Business market

– enhanced backup reports web console showing details per device on the state of your backups

Regular KeepVault users as well as Pro subscribers will have a couple of new ways to access data.

– web access available to both Pro and regular users

– new mobile enhanced website with WebApp for iOS users

– Live chat support in addition to our highly regarded email support

All the details of this announcement can be found here.

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1 Response

  1. MB1 says:

    Um. No. Still Too expensive. I currently use Mozy (the unlimited plan) and have 760 GB backed up offsite. The only thing keep vault offers me is an add-in for WHS which makes the integration seamless. The cost of this seamless integration would be about $1300/year. For that price, I'll stick with my current method:

    1. All live data resides on the server
    2. Put a 2TB drive into a desktop PC (that's always on anyway)
    3. Run SyncToy automatically daily to push changed server files to the 2TB drive
    4. Have Mozy back up the 2TB drive.

    I also have an iOS and Android app so I can access this data from anywhere, as well as from the Mozy website.

    And this method saves me from the opps of accidentally deleting something. I can always restore from the 2TB drive.

    Keep Vault is still over priced. I believe I paid about $90 for 2 years of unlimited, and I currently have 760GB backed up.

    And if I do a major data dump, I can always manually run SyncToy to kick start the process.