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Data Backup

The only surefire way to prevent data loss is to regularly back up your computer system. In this section, our experts offer advanced tips to help you build a dependable backup strategy for your home or office computer system.

Corrupt Files on SD HDD and Mobile

Understanding How Files Become Corrupted

Nowadays, a lot of our electronic systems have the means to either prevent or quickly repair file corruption soon after it happens. However, that doesn’t mean file corruption is completely avoidable. Every time that you store information on your device,

email data destroyed

Email Server Has No Backup After System-Wide Hack

VFEmail, an email server that aims to “Make email safe for the masses,” was hacked on February 11th. This server was created for personal users, small businesses, and non profit organizations. This hack led the 18-year-old company to lose all

Network Security for Small Business

Network Security Tips for Small Businesses

Maintaining a network as a small business takes time and energy. With just a few precautions, you can ensure that your data is kept safe and secure on the network. Here are some network security tips and tricks that will

storage devices

Five of the Best Storage Devices

We all know that the first step to preventing data loss is being diligent about backing up our files. But, if you’re going to backup important data, you want to do so on a reliable storage device, right? So, what

Backup Strategy

Backup Strategy: Full, Incremental, and Differential

With all the talk of creating a bulletproof backup plan for home and business computing systems it can be easy to overlook the importance of deciding on the type of backup which should be used. There are three different types of backup processes that can be used to protect your files: full, incremental, and differential.

Remote Backup

Why You Should Keep an Offsite Backup of Important Files

Keeping a regular backup of your computers and storage systems prevents data loss, but to completely protect databases, email archives and other critically important data, businesses should keep at least two separate backups including one offsite backup. From a disaster recovery viewpoint, there are several key advantages to offsite file storage.

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