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Carbonite logo Carbonite has added NAS backup to its Business service.

Carbonite Business and Carbonite BusinessPremier customers can now back up networked shares to their cloud backup accounts. Both services already support backup of external hard drives and BusinessPremier also supports Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2011 backup.

NAS backup is available immediately for no additional charge. Carbonite Business service starts at $229/year.

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