Blog Posts Tagged with "Backups"


Back Up Your Backup, Then Back It Up Again

May 13, 2011 Added by:Robert Siciliano

If you aren’t in the habit of backing up your data, you might assume it’s difficult or tedious. But I’ve got news for you, it’s easy-peasy. Backing up is a complete no-brainer. There are many backup options. New PCs often come bundled with backup options included in the “bloat ware"...

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SMBs and Disaster Recovery Planning

January 31, 2011 Added by:Ben Kepes

Mozy estimated that more than 50% of SMBs that suffer a major data loss will be out of business in 12 months. If one accepts these assumptions, then clearly some education beyond simply creating a pseudo data loss situation will go a long way to encourage SMBs to think about disaster recovery...

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Stolen Laptop May Hold Cancer Cure

January 15, 2011 Added by:Headlines

A one-thousand dollar reward is being offered for the return of a laptop stolen from cancer researchers at Oklahoma University. The laptop is said to contain research on prostate cancer that took years to assemble, and that much of the information is irreplaceable...

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Data Availability and Integrity – Apple-Microsoft Versions

December 29, 2010 Added by:Danny Lieberman

I have over 2,300 contacts on my iPhone and I wanted to backup them up. It appears that both Microsoft and Apple believe firmly that users should backup their iPhone contacts but they will never really want to restore the data...

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The first thing about security

February 23, 2010 Added by:_ Comet

My first blog post, Comet's Home Page, is a document that contains settings and freeware that I typically install on my own Windows machines.  The purpose of that page is to serve as a reference, because there are many things that only need to be done once on a new machine, such as installing software or tweaking internet connection limi...

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