||Yes. If your server crashes, recover to a new server easily.
||No (plus an additional cost of paying for a storage account)
||Yes, blogVault lets you do a test restore so that you can check that your backups are correct.
||No. There is no option to test the validity of your backups.
||Yes, blogVault backsup only the changes. This minimizes the load on your site.
||No. Each backup using BackupBuddy takes resources on your site, slowing it down.
||Yes. blogVault gives you a list of backup versions that are easy to manage.
||No. You would have to sort through large backup files to figure out which version of your backup is what you wanted.
||No. blogVault does not store any data on your servers.
||Yes. By using local storage for your backup, backup buddy can use GBs of data on your site. It also litters your wordpress with additional files
||High. A read-only wordpress website can be backed up. This is inline with the best wordpress security practices.
||Low. BackupBuddy requires a writable site to backup your website.
||Works well with extremely large sites with GBs of data
||BackupBuddy is mostly used for small sites.
||High. blogVault allows you to download Individual files from specific days
||Low. You can either download the whole backup or nothing.
||Auto-restore. No downloading large backups. No FTPing. As easy as it gets.
||Manual restore. You have to first download the backup then delete all the current data after which upload it manually and then finally run the script to restore your backup.
||blogVault offers you a Complete Service.
||BackupBuddy gives you just the software. The rest is up to you.