It is important to take daily proactive steps to guard and maintain your computer. If you have a high-speed internet connection, use a firewall program, and keep your computer antivirus and Windows patches updated.
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A few years ago, backing up a smartphone was simple. It was usually centered around three key areas of contacts, calendars and email. With many of our clients using BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) and ActiveSync as ways to keep contact/calendars/email in sync, there was no real need for backup. However, now smartphones have apps and functions such as:
Backing up your stuff is important, but remembering to do it, and having to do it manually is nothing short of a hassle, and it’s why so many people simply can’t be bothered to do it. Thee Backup and Restore wizard in Windows 7 eliminates the hassle, and the excuses for not keeping current backups of your files.
Cloud storage services are all the rage these days, as they allow for synchronization of your data across multiple devices and online, effectively also acting as a backup solution. They’re also easy to use and inexpensive.
Here is an excerpt from a terrific post from InformationWeek regarding data safety and the various ways to ensure nothing happens to yours. Please don’t wait until ‘someday’ to have a backup strategy, whether you’re a home user or a business user. Once data is lost – it’s gone.
Network-Attached Storage devices are very useful and provide a centralized, redundant location for any type of files your staff can access from any computer on the network.