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Sunday is World Backup Day, but a handful of companies in the storage business are already offering deals on cloud-based backup services, network-attached storage systems, SD cards, and portable SSDs, among other things.

There’s never a bad time to make sure you’re backing up all of your data to a second (or third, or fourth) location. But if you’ve been waiting for an excuse, now’s as good a time as any: iDrive is offering 5TB of cloud backup storage for $10 for the first year, while Carbonite is offering unlimited plans starting at $24 per device.

Samsung T7 Shield 2TB portable rugged SSD for $176 – Amazon

Here are some of the best storage deals I’ve found so far. See something I missed? Let us know in the comments.

Cloud backup & storage

Portable storage

External desktop hard drives


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  1. thanx bro for the heads up.. distrust in the cloud cost moneys