Monday, November 21, 2005

How You Can Protect Your PC Safely and Securely



How to Keep Your Internet Computer Alive & Healthy

by Duke Duyck

* Computer failure has been with us as long as we have had computers
* Crashing may be caused by many reasons: software corruption, lightning, hardware failure, viruses, hacking
* Our PC has an 80 GB drive with 700,000 files on it.
* We can not afford to lose:
[v]Our files
[v]Our financial data
[v]Our customer data
[v]Our contact data
* Even reprogramming a modern PC can take a couple of weeks - time we cannot afford either
* The answer is always the same: BACK-UP
[v] But How?
[v]What are the best methods for back-up?

Come and listen how you can protect your PC safely and securely!

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Duke Duyck: The SIP's Annual Forum:
December 17, 2001
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LINKS:

Online Backup Services Come of Age
The capabilities of online backup services have evolved dramatically in the past few years. We look at five services that can help keep your data safe.
Jon L. Jacobi, special to PC World
Thursday, July 28, 2005


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4 comments:

Duke said...

Add to tags:

Recovery
Computer recovery
Disaster recovery

sip's blogger said...

Duke:
Thanks for adding new tags.
Tags are making our e-life easier to manage what other internet professionals (IP) published on the web about the topics.
We also include two more Technorati tags: Backup Utilities & Online Backup Services.

Anonymous said...

Hello,

With so many people suffering and so many things happening, we should all focus in our "present" time and enjoy the moment...somehow your post remember that to me

I'm working on a on line data storage site. It is not easy to find good content for on line data storage websites but I try to do my best...I also have a blog there

Charles Brown said...

You should also check out Data Deposit Box for online data backup. It's inexpensive and very easy to use. It takes about 2 minutes to install the online backup agent. Once installed it's fully automatic with nothing to remember and no procedures to follow. You can access your online data storage easily with a web browser.