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Data Loss Prevention

Data Loss Prevention

In order to prevent file loss, you need to understand the various types of issues that affect modern computers and take steps to minimize your risks. Our blog can help you avoid some of the most common data loss scenarios.

Securely Wipe Files

Securely Wipe Important Files Or Drives

The secure deletion of sensitive or private files from a PC is a significant concern to many users. Two free programs, Eraser and CCleaner, provide easy to use processes that make the permanent removal of files and folders possible. Read on to learn how to protect your private files from improper or incomplete deletion.

Disaster Recovery

Protect Your Data Backups Against Disasters

Natural disasters are difficult to predict and must be considered when structuring backup solutions. A bulletproof backup plan always included post-disaster recovery plans. Consider the following solutions when planning your disaster recovery solution.

Top Three Antivirus 2013

Top Three Free Antivirus For 2013

Web browsing security has never been more important. The average PC user encounters phishing scams, viruses, spyware, and other malicious code on a daily basis. In this article we list the top three free antivirus programs for the 2013 calendar year.

Summer Time

Summer Weather Changes Means Unexpected Data Loss for Some Businesses

Summer weather fluctuations lead to an increased number of power surges, blackouts and brownouts, especially during thunderstorms. On an unprotected computer, unexpected electrical events can cause severe component issues by sending too much power through your system, overriding the safeguards that normally protect electronics from damage.

Computer Health

Will Turning Off Your HDD Each Night Hurt It?

Many of our clients ask whether or not they should keep their computers powered on at night. Your power habits can certainly play a role in your hard drive's operating lifespan, but there is a question as to the extent of this role. Some IT experts occasionally claim that the best way to preserve a drive is to allow it to operate normally through the night. They theorize that regularly running a hard drive through start-up procedures gradually wears out mechanical components.

Computer Repair

What to Do When a Hard Drive Makes Clicking Sounds

Clicking, grinding and whirring sounds are among the most common hard drive failure symptoms. The noises indicate that one or more of the hard drive's mechanical components have failed, and if your hard drive begins clicking, you will need act quickly to ensure the best possible chances of a successful data recovery.

Seriously Crashed Hard Drive

HDD Data Loss Statistics for Home and Office PC Users

If you work on a computer, you probably read and write information from a hard drive several hundred times per day. Your computer's hard drive is one of its most important components, and to keep your system running smoothly and avoid data loss, you should understand the limitations of your HDD.

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