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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.

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

Secure USB Flash Drives

Top Five Secure USB Flash Drives

Just a few years ago, large files were difficult to transfer between non-networked devices. Users had few choices and size restriction kept file size reduced. With the introduction of the first flash drives, consumers could now easily transfer data between any USB enabled devices with little to no effort. However, there was one small drawback… security. The following five USB flash drives are security-enabled devices that provide varying levels of encryption and data security.

Solid-State Drive Backup

The Importance Of Backing Up Your Solid-State Drive

Solid State Drives are arguably the best type of storage drive on the market at this time. However, not everything in SSD land is rainbows and sunshine. When an SSD drive fails, it fails abruptly and completely. Because of the finality of an SSD failure, all SSDs should be protected by a comprehensive backup plan. In most cases, backup plans are an important and integral part of any PC system.

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.

Back Up Plan

Creating a Bulletproof Data Back Up Plan

In today’s world, people are living more and more of their lives digitally - people work from home, game online, take digital photos, file their taxes online, and just about any other activity you can think of. If your data is important to you or your business you must have a bulletproof back-up plan.


Why RAID Systems Do Not Replace the Need for Data Backup

Most businesses have some sort of RAID system in place, and in recent years, personal computer users have adopted the technology to achieve better fault tolerance and faster data access speeds. However, RAID technology does not provide perfect protection from data loss, and some users put too much trust in the improved physical fault tolerance.

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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