Backup

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Backup computers, mobiles and tablets
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About Onlime

We don't harvest your data - and we don't make money from it.

It is not part of our business model to harvest and exploit your data. We concentrate solely on developing and operating our service, which you can use to store your files.

About Onlime

We are an independent and local service

The internet is free and diverse - that's good. But many of the services and apps we Danes use come from far away and that can have many negative consequences.

Backup, sync, share and edit your files.

Choose your device and see how you use Onlime.

Onlime to

Windows

Backup

Never lose your files on Windows

Onlime backs up your folders on Windows. You can choose between automatic or scheduled backup.

Sync

Access the same files from your devices

Save and edit files in the Onlime Sync folder from Windows Explorer. Onlime syncs the files in the background, so they are always up to date and ready on all your devices.

Archive

Like an external hard drive - only online

Use Archive to store files that only need to be in the cloud and not take up space on your devices.

Archive is great for files you don't access as often, like old photos and documents.

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Onlime to

Mac

Backup

Never lose your files on Mac

Onlime backs up your folders on Mac. You can choose between automatic or scheduled backup.

Sync

Access the same files from your devices

Automatically sync files and folders between all your devices. Available directly in the Finder.

Archive

Like an external hard drive - only online

Use Archive to store files that only need to be in the cloud and not take up space on your devices.

Archive is great for files you don't access as often, like old photos and documents.

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Onlime to

iPhone & iPad

Backup

Collect and secure your memories on iPhone

The Onlime app automatically backs up photos and videos on your iPhone.

All your memories are collected in one timeline from which you can easily create albums, share and comment.

Free up space

Get more space on your iPhone

With one tap, remove photos and videos on iPhone that are already backed up in Onlime

Availability & overview

Carry your files with you everywhere

Easily access all files you've uploaded to Onlime from your devices. These include

  • files from your Windows/Mac backup
  • Synchronized files from the Onlime Sync folder.
  • Files you have activated online in Onlime

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Onlime to

Android

Backup

Collect and secure your memories on Android

The Onlime app automatically backs up photos and videos on your Android device.

All your memories are collected in one timeline, how you can easily create albums, share and comment.

Free up space

Get more space on your Android

With one tap, remove photos and videos on iPhone that are already backed up in Onlime

Availability & overview

Carry your files with you everywhere

Easily access all files you've uploaded to Onlime from your devices. These include

  • files from your Windows/Mac backup
  • Synchronized files from the Onlime Sync folder.
  • Files you have activated online in Onlime

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Onlime in your browser

Full overview

Wherever you are, your files are right there

Get the full view of all your files, folders, photos and videos from all your devices right in your web browser.

Synchronisation WEB

Your files and folders on all your devices

Use Sync if you want files transferred automatically between your devices.

WEB archive

True cloud storage

Use Archive to store files that only need to be in the cloud and not take up space on your devices.

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Onlime to

Office Online

Word

Word Online

Create a wealth of documents thanks to the many features and formats - right in your browser.

You can collaborate with other users in real time, make comments and amendments.

Excel

Excel Online

Create everything from simple to complex spreadsheets in Excel Online - right in your browser.

You can collaborate with other users in real time, make comments and propose changes.

Powerpoint

Powerpoint Online

Create great presentations directly in your browser with Office Onlime.

You can collaborate with other users in real time, make comments and amendments.

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Archive

True backup and cloud storage

Use Archive to store files that only need to be in the cloud and not take up space on your devices.

Archive

Use Archive to store files that only need to be in the cloud and not take up space on your devices. Archive is great for files you don't access often - like old photos and documents.

Share

Share easily and securely

Sharing your files and folders directly from the cloud is both easy and secure.

Share

Sharing lets you give other people access to your files in the cloud. You can create a public link that allows only people to view and download your files. Or you can create private share folders that allow people to create, edit and delete files.

Free space

Free space for individuals

With our individual subscription, you get free cloud space.

For individuals

Free space

For individuals

Get free space in the cloud with our individual subscription. That means you never have to worry about how much data you're storing in the cloud!

Privacy

We protect your privacy and don't make money from your data

At Onlime you are not the product! We don't harvest your data or make money from it.

Privacy

We value and protect your privacy. Many services and companies harvest and make money from the data you upload to them. Not so with Onlime! We don't harvest your data and make money from it.

Family members

Invite and create family members

Create users for family members easily and quickly from the admin panel.

For families

Family members

For family

Create users for family members easily and quickly from the admin panel. With a user, each family member has their own login and access only to their own and shared files. As an administrator, you can decide how much space each account can use.

User management

User management for companies and associations

Create and manage user accounts as needed. Allocate space and determine permissions for each user.

For companies and associations

User management

For companies

For companies and associations, it is important to be able to manage users as needed. Each employee or member can have their own user account for their work.

Restore & In History

Go back in time on your files

Restore your files from the cloud when you need them. You can restore individual files or entire folder structures. The service stores up to 5 previous versions of all your files.

Restore & In History

You can restore individual files or entire folder structures. The service stores up to 5 previous versions of all your files. All versions are saved indefinitely and you can restore via web access and app.

Chromecast

Streaming via Chromecast

Stream documents, photos and videos from the cloud to a bigger screen with Chromecast.

Chromecast

Bring your photos and videos to the big screen by streaming with Chromecast directly from your computer or mobile.

Event log

Overview of activity

Get an overview of events with the log view from the admin panel. This way you can always see activity across the entire account.

For companies and associations

Event log

For companies

Get an overview of events with the log view from the admin panel. See when users are active and what files they are handling.

    Prices & subscriptions

    Find the plan that's right for you.

    Free

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    Strong price first year

    590 DKK/first year

    then 890 DKK/year.

    Renewed at 890 kr. / year.
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    FAQ about Backup

    How does a backup work?

    When you need to back up, the way it works in practice is that you make a copy of a file. That copy is then put somewhere safe - it can either be on a USB stick, an external hard drive or somewhere remote such as online backup or your own server. Backing up your data used to be a lengthy and sometimes cumbersome process. Today, conditions are somewhat different. Better technology and faster speeds make it much easier to back up your files online. The transfer speed and indexing of files to be backed up is simply much sharper and better. At the same time, online backup allows you to restore files from anywhere there's internet. This makes it even easier to access your files quickly, and just when you need them. Backup today is automatic and 100-fold faster than in the past. Just 5 years ago you had to use a backup program to back up a computer, and here the fastest and safest way was to do it manually with an external hard drive. It was time-consuming and not 100% safe - understood in the sense that a regular external hard drive, despite its robustness, is still mechanical and can therefore fail. Today, an automatic backup is the backup that works best. You don't have to worry about your files being backed up. And when the automatic backup is in the cloud, you're covered.

    What can I back up?

    You can back up almost any digital file you have on your computer. Image files, video files, psd files, documents, spreadsheets, etc. The list is long, but the most important thing to know is that you can back up the files that matter to you. The photo album from the summer holidays, the important documents and the spreadsheets with accounts or study assignments. Back up your Desktop - perhaps the most important folder for many? Then you can be sure that when you clean up your desktop, you'll be able to restore a deleted file later if it gets lost in the shuffle.

    What is the best method?

    A backup must be secure. Very secure. In fact, it needs to be as secure as possible, with the best measures available, if you want to feel that the files you have backed up are protected in the best possible way. You don't get that kind of security when you back up to an external hard drive or a USB stick. Nor do you get it by having your backup on a NAS in your home, or by having a home server. Of course you need an internet connection to access your backup, but the internet is now such an integral part of our lives that this is not a problem. If your backup is in the cloud, your files are always safe and available when you need them.

    How many backups should you have?

    It's always good to play on several horses when it comes to securing your files. In addition to having the files themselves on your computer, you also need to have them somewhere else and depending on how much work you want to put into it, it's preferable to have a copy in at least 3 different places.

    What about security?

    There are many different levels of security when it comes to securing your files and data. However, the principle of taking a copy of your data and putting it somewhere other than your computer is general to most kinds of backups. It is the medium and location, as well as physical and digital security measures, of the copied data that determine how securely it is stored. The location refers to media or places that can store digital files such as an external hard drive, a USB stick, a CD, a server or similar. The most common type of backup has been to external hard drives and removable media for many years. However, with the spread of high-speed internet such as fibre broadband and wired internet technologies, backing up through online backup has become the preferred choice. It is the safest option. Besides the fact that cloud backup offers data storage in specially designed building facilities, the security of the transfer itself is also highly impenetrable. That is, the connection between, say, a computer and a website or online backup service is encrypted. The type of encryption often used for particularly secure connections is 256-bit AES and SSL encryption. With this encryption, it is virtually impossible for outsiders to see what is being transmitted. The same kind of encryption is used in the military and to protect the most sensitive information in the world. But does it matter where the online backup is stored? No - we explain more about that below.

    Can a backup be hacked?

    A backup on an external hard drive, for example, is vulnerable to hacker attacks if it is connected to your computer. If your computer is infected with a virus, it can gain access to your files. However, files on your hard drive can be encrypted, but if the files are not stored elsewhere, as with an online backup, the overall security is still not great. A backup in a modern data centre is highly secure against hacker attacks. Unfortunately, no computer system is completely secure against attack. That said, one of the most important defences against being hacked is having strong passwords for the accounts you use online. A strong password can be a great safeguard if a computer falls into the wrong hands or if your computer is attacked by a hacker.

    Where is a backup placed?

    In general, there are two places where a backup can be located. Either it is local within the house walls and resides on an external hard drive or other removable media - or it is located outside the house. In the latter case, it will be located on a remote server in one or more specially designed buildings for storing digital data.

    What does backup mean?

    Backing up means having a copy of files, as a precaution in case the original files are lost. You have, so to speak, a clone of what you want backed up - for example, a document, a digital image or a video. This is also called 'backup', which is an English term that has also become very popular here. It is especially in the digital world and on our computers and smartphones that we are anxious about what happens to our data and files if the electronics fail. You may have experienced your computer crashing or your phone going in the washing machine. Digital media are incredibly powerful and flexible on the one hand - but also very vulnerable on the other. That's why a backup is something that will benefit the vast majority of people. With backup, data and files can be restored from the copy, which is stored in a safe place.

    Is there a difference between backup and backup?

    No, a backup and a backup are the same. 'Sikkerhedskopi' is just the Danish term for 'backup'.

    Is backup easy to get started?

    Today, backing up is incredibly easy to get started. If you can write in a word processor like Word, you can also back up. Online backup requires no special computer skills other than a normal feel for using a computer program. It's straightforward for virtually any computer user. In the vast majority of cases with modern backup (in the form of online backup), you install a new program on your computer. This program allows you to transfer and synchronize folders and files on your computer, which you choose, to the cloud. It also lets you decide which folders should always be monitored and automatically back up your files. This way, when you make changes to a file or folder, your files are always up to date in the cloud. For examples of how to get started with backups, watch Onlime's video guides to backups. If you have any questions about backup, online backup, web security or anything else, feel free to contact us.