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Saturday, September 29, 2007

How to backup your files online

There are a number of media available for backing up your data ranging from your hard disk drive, floppy disks, CDs, DVDs, flash disk drive, or Memory cards, however, the fact remains that hardware failure happens and with hardware failure comes data loss. Another disadvantage of backing up your data using conventional methods is that there is risk of loss not just from hardware failure but from fire, vandalism, terrorist attacks, war, and natural disasters as well.

One good alternative for data backup is using Anytime@Anywhere offsite backup services. Anytime@Anywhere online backup service can backup your files using encrypted connection on their online backup services. Not only is your data protected but you lessen your backup costs as well.

For other Online backup services on the net, always remember: Google is your friend search for: "online backup services" or "online backup services forums" so you can first hand information from consumers who have already tried online backup services.

1 comment:

Amharican said...

I have been reading about the online backup industry for a while now. Online backup is maturing and slowly getting the attention of the general consumer. One website worth mentioning is the backup review site:

http://www.BackupReview.info

This very informative site, not only posts up to date news and articles from the industry, but also lists about 400 online backup companies and ranks the top 25 on a monthly basis and features a CEO Spotlight page, where senior management people from the industry are interviewed.