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How to have a foolproof file backup system
By cooldude | June 5, 2013
It’s true that we all use computers these days for our work or personal use. It’s risky to keep saving files in our computer as the hard drive may crash, we can accidentally delete our data or they can be compromised in any way. So, many of us use external drives to save up data. External hard drives are also used. However, you should be warned that this too is not a very safe option. The files could catch a virus, you could lose the external hard drive or yet again, you might delete the files by mistake.
That’s why it’s safest to go for virtual backup. Cloud storage is the next big thing. You can now store, share and send or receive large files of any size in your virtual folder. You can auto synchronize your system so that every time you update your land folder, your virtual pr remote folder gets auto updates as well store your files securely and have ea strong backup with cloud storage and sharing.
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