Backup

How to Backup Windows via AOMEI Backupper?

March 20, 2017
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Windows has built-in backup program. You may ask why we need a third-party backup software called AOMEI Backupper? If you are a Windows user from Windows XP to the latest Windows 10, or even Windows Server, you know that every version’s Windows backup program are different. There’s no consisting in them. What’s worse, Windows backup tool […]

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4 Ways to keep digital information safe across multiple devices and mediums

March 15, 2017
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Digital information has taken the stage for quite a few years now in favor of the traditional approach to data which was pen and paper, followed by printed material. What this means is that in the near future, you could expect to see the majority of an entire base of information translated into digital format. […]

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Tips and Tricks for Managing a Demanding Backup Environment

January 26, 2017
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It should come as no surprise that backup administration is not a walk in the park. In other words, individuals who are called to the task of administrator have a very tough job ahead of them everyday. As it stands now, it may very well be one of the most complex callings in the world […]

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As a Rule of Thumb:  Mirroring Isn’t Enough to Fully Protect Data

August 16, 2016
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When it comes to data protection, consumers have a right to ask a lot of questions.  After all, one could argue that company data is at the very heart of what makes a business run well and even function at all.  Consumers want to know that they are taking the right steps when it comes […]

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Managing and Reporting Backups Tips for CIOs

January 9, 2016
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There are many factors in the IT world today that contribute to backup failure. Things such as large backup windows and various service and compliance regulations have made it imperative that CIOs truly understand the processes involved in backup management. Below you will find tips and tricks to help you better grasp your backup environment. […]

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Secrets of data loss [infographic]

July 4, 2014
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In the United States alone, more than 140,000 hard drives crash every week. 40% of that data loss comes from hardware failure. The truth is, all hard drives will eventually fail. With the way we depend on technology to function, it’s critical we do what we can to protect from loss. Read more about the […]

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Backup Your Files With EaseUS Todo Backup Software

March 20, 2014
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How many times have you lost photos, documents, or music that had a meaning for you? Surely you wish you had a backup somewhere, but you did not. You should perform regular backups for your machine if you want to be sure you can recover any important data. It’s crucial to backup your files. It […]

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How to recover your lost data

December 20, 2013
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One of the most dreaded things to ever happen to us in this computing age is losing our precious files and other important data. It could be due to a system failure, virus attack or just due to your disk drives failing and bringing with it along your important files or even just due to […]

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Online Backup – Stuffs that You Should Know

July 16, 2013
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As the name suggests, online backup refers to the process of backing up all the data and files remotely online. Online backup is considered to be an alternative to back all those up at your hard drive. You leverage on the cloud computing technology and internet for creating offsite storage and the hardware requirement is […]

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10 Web Site Backup Essentials That You Should Live By

January 13, 2013
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Increasingly more web designers nowadays do not value the relevance of an equipped web site data backup (files and data sources). They have left this to possibility and good luck which positions a great risk to their internet visibility. Can you relate to this? Then read this vital article which may save you an arm […]

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How and Why to clone your Mac Hard Drive

December 28, 2012
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A clone is a bootable backup of your Mac’s hard drive that provides redundancy for both your data and the Macintosh Operating System. You can keep backup in various form like Image, Clone etc..If you face system crash or data loss situation, clones provide a way to rollback your Mac OS X installation. Cloning Requirements: […]

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External Hard Drive vs. Cloud Backup

October 1, 2012
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Backing up important data is something we all neglect until that dreadful day when we actually lose important files. Data on our hard drives can be lost due to viruses, physical damage, hacking, and hard drive crashes. In this day and age, almost everyone’s livelihood is connected to computers. Some of us are entirely dependent […]

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Image Backups: A Superior Way of Backing up Data

September 24, 2012
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In this digital realm, data storage has become a major challenge for anyone. Data forms the backbone of a business and securing this data is important to implement your long term business continuity plan. You can easily lose this data to disk crashes, media corruption, malware attack, or any other form of disaster. To secure […]

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Will you survive losing all your data (photos, docs etc.)?

August 27, 2012
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The subject of this article is what I often ask people I know are not very computer/tech savvy, because often they have no clue about backup or they know it’s something that they “should be doing”, but they either don’t know how or just “haven’t gotten around to it yet”.In almost every single case the […]

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How to Protect your Data in 2012

August 6, 2012
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All around the world, data is constantly being created. Some of it is trivial, and its loss would not be too traumatic, but some data is so valuable that losing it could have disastrous consequences. Many businesses have suffered due to data loss, and some have had to cease operations altogether. It is not only […]

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How Disk Cloning Software Differ from Backup Programs in Mac

July 30, 2012
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Mac Disk Cloning utilities (also called Disk imaging utilities) are used to create a sector-by-sector, low-level copy of a Mac hard drive or volume. These disk cloning utilities are often confused with backup software. Backup programs copy the contents of your hard drive at the file level, whereas disk cloning tools do the same job […]

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Review on a cool Mac DVD Copy software

May 31, 2012
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What is a Mac DVD Copy software? Literally, a Mac DVD Copy software is a piece of software application designed for Mac OS X, doing the job of making backup DVDs. Professionally, Mac DVD Copy refers to the DVD Copy software written for Mac platform and has the full capability of backing up DVDs. Why […]

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What You Need to Know about Cloud Storage

May 7, 2012
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For many of those who regularly use a computer nowadays, one of the most common dilemmas they face is how to find enough storage space to hold all the data they have acquired so far.  Some individuals invest in bigger hard drives, while others would rather use external storage devices such as compact discs (CDs), […]

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Best techniques to Protect Your Computer from Viruses

May 4, 2012
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Nothing is 100% virus proof but by taking the following precautions, you can help reduce the risk of your computer being infected by a virus that could do significant damage. Microsoft offers a feature for Microsoft Windows users through their Microsoft Windows Security Center/ Protect Your PC Site which can help you enable the essentials […]

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A Step by Step Guide to Help You in Moving to a New Host

April 30, 2012
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Are you getting downtime pretty often for your website? Is the tech support team of your hosting provider just not responding to your questions? Are you often intrigued by the promotions that your current hosting provider does while asking you to upgrade the system for a better security (After all, they promise security when you […]

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How Can You Protect Your Online Privacy?

April 5, 2012
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With the advent of new century, everything has gone online. From online shopping to online friendship, things have definitely become easier, more importantly faster. However, it has not come with the advantages only. Like any other thing, it has a different aspect as well and that deals with your privacy. Does it not bother you […]

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How businesses can improve office security

March 15, 2012
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If you run a small business it’s essential to tighten up your security measures in every way, shape and form. This means buying asset tags for your computers, downloading the right software and locking up at night! Everything from Trojan horses to burglars can threaten your company – so here’s how to keep things safe. […]

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GFS Backup Explained! (Grandfather-Father-Son Backup)

May 30, 2011
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The most critical – but least appreciated – part of any IT admin’s job has to be data backup. Nobody notices when you do it right, but everyone hates you if you do it wrong. Few people understand the skill and experience required to keep critical business data protected. Too often, people just assume that […]

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iPhoto ’11 bug may cause data loss – update before launching!

November 1, 2010
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There’s a serious issue with the new iPhoto ’11, announced as part of iLife ’11 on October 20th. If you’re an existing iPhoto user and you have an iPhoto library with photos in it, you’re at risk of losing all your photographs when you upgrade to iLife ’11 because it will also upgrade your iPhoto […]

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