Code42 is phasing out its Crashplan for Home service as it switches its focus to business users. The company has stopped offering new or renewed Home subscriptions as of August 22nd, and the service will shut down entirely on October 23rd,
By Malcolm Owen Tuesday, August 22, The CrashPlan website advises users that, effective as of August 22, Code42 will no longer accept new CrashPlan for Home subscriptions nor renewals of existing subscriptions.
The sunsetting of the service will apparently take place over several months, with CrashPlan for Home expected to cease on October 23, The service will continue to honor existing CrashPlan for Home subscriptions during this time, and has extended customer subscriptions at no extra cost by 60 days, to give users time to transition to a new backup system.
Customers choosing this option will have their data moved over and will be able to use CrashPlan for Small Business for the remainder of their current Home subscription for free, followed by a 75 percent discount off the service for the following 12 months. Carbonite is being offered as an alternative option, selected as an "exclusive partner" to Code42 for home users.
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For customers who have a CrashPlan for Home subscription that extends beyond October 22,CrashPlan will automatically upgrade their account to the Small Business plan before the end-of-support date.
This continues to fuel our high growth and is driving our strategic decision to focus solely on business and education markets.Code42 CrashPlan About the University of Delaware Central IT Code 42 CrashPlan Implementation The UD’s Central IT organization has purchased a limited number of licenses for Code42 CrashPlan to be used on (University owned machines or faculty/staff machines being used for University business).
Each license allows for installation by a . Code42 CrashPlan is a solid, off-site back up solution, designed for enterprise, which automatically ensures all your data is secure, always.
It offers on-demand scalability with contained maintenance costs, whilst all data is encrypted and securely backed up to CrashPlan central.
In August of Code42 shifted away from Home and is focusing on enterprise and small business. The Home product was AMAZING.
It backed up quickly, offered unlimited storage, and allowed you to backup multiple computers at the same time. The instructions assume that you have obtained an up-to-date installer from your IT support team. Step 1 — Install CrashPlan Double-click the CrashPlan file (filename ph-vs.com).
Aug 22, · Code42 will end sales of its CrashPlan product for consumers to focus exclusively on the business market, the company announced Tuesday. Minneapolis-based Code42 . Code42 does not plan to lay off any employees. The team supporting the Code42 CrashPlan for Home customers will transition over to the education, enterprise and small business customers. "We made a commitment to every one of those people that they will have a job at Code42," Payne said. Download a free day trial of CrashPlan featuring unlimited backup in the Code42 public cloud. Ideal for businesses with laptops/desktops.
CrashPlan for Home users can transition to the Small Business plan and receive a 75% discount over the next 12 months. If a user wants to completely move away from CrashPlan, the company. Dec 22, · Code42, the leader in endpoint data protection and management for business and enterprise, today announced it has been named an “Enterprise Product of.