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Carbonite Pro Carbonite today announced a business version of its cloud backup service.

Carbonite Pro has pricing based on total storage instead of the unlimited storage per PC model used in Carbonite's consumer service.

It includes a web-based administrative console so that storage and backup status can be easily tracked across multiple machines. Secure remote access to files is also included.

Monthly pricing ranges from $10 for up to 20 GB of storage up to $250 for 300 - 499 GB, with no setup fees. Backup clients are available for Windows XP, Vista, 7 and Windows Server 2003 and 2008. Linux and Mac OSes are not supported.

A free 30-day trial is available now at www.CarbonitePro.com.

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