In March, we posted an article on backing up your data. It’s an especially important subject in today’s digital age. We all have emails, scans of letters, legal papers, accounting information, etc., that we want to keep safe, and many of us are guilty of putting off creating back up discs for another day. As a general rule, remember …
‘A computer crash or hard drive failure isn’t a matter of ‘IF,’ but rather, a matter of ‘WHEN.’
Making back up CD’s or DVD’s, copying files to an external hard drive, or installing RAID works well, but there is th hassle of maintenance to keep files updated. And while you can rely on system or data recovery, if a hardware failure renders your data irrecoverable, it’s hard luck for you my friend.
There is a simple solution to this problem. Use a Remote Back Up Service to safeguard your files. Click to learn more about cloud services you can use to back up your data.