Thursday, April 19, 2007

Save the Data! Save the Data . . .



I lost all my data when my laptop crashed last month. No excuse, I knew I should be backing up my data. I just did not do it and I had to pay someone to rescue my data from my hard drive. A simple solution would have been to subscribe to an Online Backup service.

Nowadays you can pretty much automate the back up process with Windows Scheduler. IBackup.com, sponsor of this post, offers a scalable solution that will allow you to change your plans as your storage needs increase. Subscribe today for only $9.95 for 5 Gb per month. Or, wait until the fickle finger of fate pushes your button. LOL

4 comments:

Stephanie said...

Ok, this is going to sound really stupid, but please remember that I am totally not technically savvy, but I had no idea I should be backing up my data at all. Thanks for the info!

CyberCelt said...

@stephanie-whether you do it yourself on a CD, DVD or flash drive, do it. I felt so disconnected when I lost my data.

Jess said...

I completely agree with you and I lost data once when my computer was reformatted. After, it was always like "DARN, I should've..." But it was too late.

Now I know to save/back up data...because I know what it's like to lose data!

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