Keeping Your Data Backups Safe
Saving your data online is called "cloud storage". Somebody calls the IT guys and a restoration from a DAT drive run off a distant server someplace. You need to select the files you want to back up.
I would like to suggest that you start thinking about computer backup the same way you do about insurance. I know that insurance is something that we don't like to talk about, but we all pay it. I don't get in my car in the morning thinking that I'm going to get in an accident, but I did just pay my renewal fees for car insurance. I also don't think that my house is going to burn down tomorrow, or that we're going to have a theft, but of course my property is insured. The same can be said for computers. None of us expect our computers to go down and wipe out all our information. But the reality is this: there are only two types of computer users in this world - those that have suffered a computer failure, and those that will.
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A big concern, especially among businesses, is data privacy. Remote data backup companies will commonly encrypt data, though, so a hacker intercepting your files won't have any chance of opening them. The larger remote data backup companies are monitored constantly, as well, making theft of data pretty much impossible.
Despite this, all computers have the potential to break down and fail, taking your precious files and information with them. This can happen due to physical damage, mechanical failure, computer viruses and malware, or an operating system crash.
Make sure the system has the versatility to deal with pda's and mobile phones. Also make sure that it has both automatic and manual back facility. You want the automatic feature for the benefit of set and forget, but you also