I’ve written about computer backup oh, about a million times already. THIS time I’m going to make it really simple. Because it is. And there are no excuses. … [continued]
If you don’t have time-staggered file backups yet in different locations, you’re not paying attention to the ongoing litany of file-loss disasters. … [continued]
Backing up your computer files is a simple process and can be partially or completely automated. Once set up, backup may take only minutes per day. … [continued]
Being the first of the month, it’s backup reminder day again. As I often change how I do my file backup based on available products, services and costs this is my latest rendition. … [continued]
The Carbonite Backup Drive
When you install Carbonite it creates a Backup Drive on your computer. As it backs up your files, it will show a listing of all the files that have been backed up. You don’t need to log into your account to see this. Just scroll down Windows Explorer until you come to:
There’s another way to archive web pages besides saving them in personal software or printing them to PDF. It’s called MHTML. … [continued]
I discovered another use for the Firefox Scrapbook plugin.
Back when the discussion about moving from Blogger to WordPress was a hot topic, I got to thinking about saving my blog in a readable format. Not for any reason except that after awhile a blog starts to look like a book and someday, someone might find that interesting. … [continued]
Every time I write about backup I think it’s going to be the last time because, I mean, what else is there to say about it? … [continued]
SugarSync is yet another online backup and file sync option. Here are the top ten reasons you should use it.
- Back up and secure your data (you never know when your computer will crash)
- Access all of your files on the go (from any browser or mobile phone)
- Share entire folders and collaborate on projects … [continued]