The list can certainly be downloaded from the mailing list business. Every organization should consider hiring this company. Follow the prompts in the wizard prepared to run mechanically.
Backing up your data should be an essential part of your daily routine. Unfortunately for many businesses this simply isn't the case. The only time data backup crosses their mind is when they have a hard disk crash or a serious spyware or virus infection. Unfortunately by this stage it's already too late to do anything about it - the data is gone and you're then looking at several hundred, if not several thousand, dollars to have the data rescued and restored.
Data Backup - External Hard Drive: I am still amazed at the fact that you can now get a 1 TB (terabyte as in 1,000 GB!) external hard drive for as low as $139. Check out the wide variety available at Costco and you don't have to be a member to order online.
Make sure the data is backed up hourly. Many computer data backup firms only backup data once per day, or worse once per week. Now, this may not sound like a big deal, but your organization can potentially lose a lot of information in less than a 24 hour period. The best data backup companies will back up your data hourly.
Go to -> Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> Backup -> and then follow the on-screen prompts and same guidelines as Windows 7 and Vista.
So, I set out to find a cheap, simple solution for backing up your computer data. I wanted to find something cheap and something that didn't require a lot of time. The solution also needed to be scalable so that it could grow as the amount of data grew. What I came up with is simple enough for the home user and can be used for some small businesses as well. Cheap is a relative term, but I do envision this as a cheap solution since it will cost you less than $400 and protect you from the impact of data loss.
What type of backup software do you need? C