I am seriously bummed out that the home version of Crashplan is being discontinued next year because I loved having enterprise-class backup available at home. I understand focusing on the business world, but I wondered what alternative you have chosen to replace the home version of Crashplan. I have read all the reviews of the competitors. What I am interested in is what you have actually do...
Sadly I am in the same situation as you are.
I did some research, including yearly cost, and I myself is moving to iDrive.com
I have 1 large Desktop computer and 5 laptops with around 2,6 TB of protected data in my CrashPlan account.
I did find several offers that were technically interesting, but they came with a cost increase of factor 15-20 times as high as my current payment to CrashPlan.
iDrive seems to work find, plus I now can backup our mobile devices.
IT Technical coordinator at a engineering company with 201-500 employees
05 October 17
Our company is working on a POC considering to Use Microsoft OneDrive for Business (related to Office 365) and use it as a backup solutions for PC client.
OneDrive for Business provide 1TB space dedicated to every PC client.
In the POC they are moving all Windows users folders (MyDocuments, Desktop etc.) under OneDrive folder to obtain a sort of user backup.
One Drive support file versioning that could be useful to restore files autonomously in case of human errors.