Difference between Backblaze B2 and Jumpshare

Backblaze B2

Backblaze is a company that provides cloud storage and data backup services. It was founded in 2007 by Gleb Budman, Billy Ng, Nilay Patel, Brian Wilson, Tim Nufire, Damon Uyeda, and Jones.

  • The firm's two primary products are B2 Cloud Storage and Computer Backup, which are aimed at the commercial and consumer sectors.

  • In addition, Backblaze launched a new project, Backblaze B2 cloud storage, in September 2015. It is focused on software integration for many types of enterprises.

  • Backblaze has four data centers, three situated in the United States and one in the European Union.

  • The files are encrypted on the user's PC, then transferred to Backblaze via an encrypted SSL connection, and stored in the encrypted format. Encryption had to be an option for B2. Some scenarios would require encryption, while others would not.

  • Backblaze B2 saves the information you access. For example, you can upload just encrypted data and use a third-party integration to encrypt data before sending it to Backblaze B2 or keeping data without encryption.

  • Data in Backblaze B2 can be protected from ransomware by employing object locks and third-party integrations, which make the data non-erasable and non-modifiable for a user-defined period.

Backblaze B2 provides users with 10 GB of free storage and unlimited storage for paid customers with no maximum file size.


Jumpshare is a visual communication platform that integrates file sharing, screenshot capturing, and screen recording into a single software. Ghaus Iftikhar launched the company in October of 2011.

  • Jumpshare allowed guests to upload and share files at first. Then Jumpshare enhanced their service by adding screenshot and video recording options.

  • They work on almost all platforms such as Windows, MacOS and iOS devices.

  • Jumpshare uses 256-bit AES encryption. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have an option for private, end to end encryption or zero-encryption knowledge.

  • Jumpshare offers 2 GB of free storage and allows maximum storage of up to 1 TB. The full file size is 250 MB for free and unlimited for premium members.

  • It supports remote uploading and has traffic or band-width of 5 GB for free and 200 GB per month for paid users.

  • Over 200 different file kinds are supported on the site, including pictures, Office files, e-books, audio and video files, and even code files.

It is less expensive because it charges less for additional storage. Users do not have to sign up to upload files to Jumpshare initially, but it was later made mandatory.

Difference between Backblaze B2 and Jumpshare

The following table highlights the major differences between Backblaze B2 and Jumpshare.

Backblaze B2Jumpshare
It is used mainly by software professionals and for commercial storage purposes.
Both business purposes and personal use.
It uses Object type storageIt uses normal file storage
It gives 10 GB free storage and Unlimited paid storage. After 10 GB, there is a cost of $5/TB/Month. Also, it charges $0.01/GB after 1 GBfree downloads per day.
It offers 2 GB free storage and a maximum of 2 TB paid storage.The pricing is free, $8.25/month, $12.50/user/month.
Maximum file upload size is 500 MB for free accounts and 10 TB for paid accounts.
The maximum file upload size is 250 MB for free accounts and unlimited for paid storage (Business accounts). The Plus account provides a 20 GB upload limit per file between free and business accounts.
There are no features for taking screenshots and screen recording.
There are features for taking screenshots and screen recording.
There is an option as to whether the server-side can be encrypted or not.
The data uploaded is automatically encrypted. So we don't have to choose.