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Online Backup Guide
« on: 26. March 2014., 22:03:09 »
Dear SCF Members,

this time, I would like to start discussion about Backup solutions.

We all knows that Backup is important because of:

- we have tons of important stuff on our computers

- computers fail, laptops get stolen and viruses attack

- internal and external hard drives die…and take our data with it

- accidents, like deleting files, happen all the time

- once our stuff is gone, it’s lost forever





If you’re looking for a reliable online backup solution for your personal use, this chart will help you make the right decision: http://onlinebackupguide.org/top-5-personal-backup/

You'll find there reviewed over 40 personal online backup solutions in 2014, and these are the best 5. We highly recommend that you download & try a few trial versions to see which one you feel the most comfortable with. Keep in mind that most of these are for 1 computer. If you need a backup solution for multiple computers, browse mentioned site and check out top 5 family backup solutions.


If you’re a small business and have many employees working under the same network, your backup requirements may go beyond the average user. Small businesses also need secure and robust solutions that have a proven track record. You'll find here reviewed over 20 backup and storage services for small businesses in 2014. These 5 are the clear winners: http://onlinebackupguide.org/top-5-small-business-backup/


Please share your opinion and experience about this topic with us. ;)

Cheers,

Samker

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Online Backup Guide
« on: 26. March 2014., 22:03:09 »




 

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