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Knowledgebase – Tips and Tricks

Knowledgebase - Tips and Tricks

While you should never attempt to repair digital media or recover your own files, you can often prevent file damage by taking immediate action after a disaster. This part of our blog contains tips to help you avoid data loss.

Security and the Internet of Things (IoT)

The Internet of Things (IoT) has has exploded in popularity with more than 4.9 billion devices already in our homes and offices and more than 25 billion anticipated by 2020. Take a quick look around your own home or work

5 Biggest Mistakes in Data Recovery and How to Avoid Them

Hard drive crashes never happen at convenient times. Crashes notoriously occur during those last-minute, late-night preparation sessions for an important meeting or presentation. Panic sets in and people feel an urge to fix the problem themselves. Do-it-yourself (DIY) retrieval of

Celebrity iCloud Data Theft Underscores the Need for Password Security

Over Labor Day weekend, hackers posted hundreds of nude celebrity photographs to the 4chan.org image board, including personal images of actress Jennifer Lawrence, supermodel Kate Upton and Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander. The photographs were apparently stolen from Apple's iCloud,

Hardware Hard Drive Failure Scenarios

Data Recovery: How to approach three common HDD failure scenarios

Hard drive failure happens to the best of us. How we prepare for and react to this failure will define how quickly we can recovery from disaster. One way to prepare for the worst is to understand the types of hardware hard drive failure and your options for each. To help, we discuss three of the most common hard drive hardware failure scenarios.

Data Recovery Factors

Data Recovery: Common factors and approaches

Some of our worst days begin with the loss of data, especially when it is caused by a failed hard drive. What can you do when the inevitable happens at the most inopportune time? Here are a few factors that result in hard drive data loss and a software-based option for self-recovery.

Step Up Your Password Security

Step up your password security

Password security is once again in the news as the reported theft of nearly 1.2 billion passwords makes the rounds. While sometime the theft of a password is beyond a user’s control, there is no reason for not taking every step possible to secure your accounts with excellent passwords. Here are some tips for increasing the strength of your passwords and account security.

Simple and Free Backup Tools

Simple (and free) PC backup options

Backing up your PC is one of the fastest ways to protect your data from unexpected events. Anything can happen to your system, from hardware failure to malicious software, and all it takes to protect your files is a decent backup. To help make the process of backing up your data easier, we have included these two simple (and free) backup suggestions.

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