• Free CloudBerry for Home Use
    Thank you for your reply. So, I've got it right, but then there is a question. Why do I need CloudBerry when most of public storage providers provide means for storing your data already. I mean even if I go with paid backup providers and sign up with iDrive or Carbonite, it will be probably even cheaper than getting a storage account (with corresponding storage) on Azure or Amazon or Google. I checked a few pricing plans for providers that listed in your wizard interface and they are quite pricey, so the idea of having it for free became a bit questionable. In other words, you provide only interface for storing and restoring data, is it correct?