I'm working on modifying my company's backup plan. I would like to integrate an online back up plan. Our needs are basically a one time per month backup of 2 compressed files... one about 90GB the other about 30GB. Ideally the files transfer one after another in succession (like not one on the 1st of the month and one on the 15th).
We currently have a disgustingly slow T1 speed (about 1.3 Mbps up) so, according to my shoddy math, online backup of this much data might just not be possible without some serious added cost. With that said, we are considering a change in ISP anyway which may also include a slightly faster connection.
I've looked at some of the better rated online backup services but most of them have bells and whistles I just don't care about. All I want is to pay $10/mo to upload 130GB of data without the service's speed being the bottleneck. I also want to feel good enough about the service's reputation that my data will be safe. I don't need mobile access and I don't need to view my photos online in an online photo album. Maybe we just need to rent storage from a regular old webhost and upload via ftp or ssh or something? Hints, tips, experience, etc appreciated. Thanks!