Mac Online Backup Service Introduces New, Lower Pricing
— the introduction of a new pricing structure for BackJack means that Mac
users can now conveniently and securely protect their valuable Mac files
offsite at significantly lower rates
Markdale, ON, Canada – Synectics Business Solutions, Inc., developer and
provider of the BackJack Online Backup Service, announced the introduction
of a new, simplified pricing model with significantly lower per GB rates.
BackJack exists to effortlessly handle the setup and ongoing management of
Mac backups, thus making it the easiest, most effective way to guarantee
Mac users never lose valuable files. Since its launch in June of 1998,
BackJack has revolutionized the way Mac users back up and restore their
critical files offering convenient, offsite backup that companies and
individuals have come to rely on.
“We are pleased to announce that our continued growth over the last 8
years, along with increased efficiencies and lower storage costs, is now
enabling us to present a new pricing structure for our valuable service,
states President Chris Brown. It’s an extremely positive change and shows
that we are committed to keeping up to date with the changing landscape of
online backup and storage technology”.
Along with lower per GB rates, BackJack also introduced the ability for
clients to reserve their storage amounts (in per GB increments) and now
provides a choice of file protection plans. Clients decide how they want
to store their files with BackJack depending on whether BackJack will
function as a complement to their existing on-site backup strategy OR as a
standalone backup solution.
Established in 1990, Synectics Business Solutions is rooted in Macintosh,
originally as a Macintosh consulting/development company and, for the last
8 years, as the developer and provider of BackJack. Synectics is an
independent, privately-held company located outside of Toronto, Canada
which dedicates 100% of its time to the rewarding task of assisting Mac
users worldwide with their online (offsite) backup and recovery needs. For
more information and their 15-day free trial, visit http://www.backjack.com.