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If worst happened and you lost everything, you could just restore all of your files back onto your computer. As this may take a while, some services will provide you with a CD containing everything you have backed up, though often there is an extra charge of about $20 for this.
The second option is to use a web-based backup service. You can do this from your browser window and, as with web-based e-mail, you have access to your files from any computer with an internet connection. This kind of service will generally provide you with 10-20 MB of file space and is most often free. You can't back up quite as much using this system, but if you just need to back up odd file or two, then this could be best option for you.
Top Tips For Backup:
- Know where your important files are located. - Keep your backup disks safe. - Keep several copies of important data. - Store disks in different locations. - Decide on a backup schedule and stick to it. - START TODAY. Remember, it's better to be safe than sorry! - Replace backup disks regularly.
The following are a number of different backup services. Have a look through list - you should find something that works well for you. Remember key is in having a simple system and putting it into practice.
Repeat out loud: Backup, backup, backup!!
X Drive http://www.xdrive.com
Managed Storage http://www.sgii.com
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