Published on December 10, 2008
Backing up My Data By Nainil Chheda www.nainil.com
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Why Backup? Why Backup?
1. Electronic items are prone to failures. 2. Data loss or corruption is one of the outcomes of a technical failure. 3. Time, Effort and Money has been invested in your data. You do not want to loose it.
Some Backup Tips – Know What To Backup – Schedule your Backups – Find a Storage Medium – Accessibility – Perform a Restore
Storage Medium • Off-Site Storage • Flash Drive • External HDD • CD/DVD/Tape Drive • Shared Drive on your Network
A list of items which I Backup • 1. Emails (Work & Personal) • 2. Important Work/Personal Folders • 3. My Music • 4. My eBooks • 5. My AudioBooks • 6. My Pictures • 7. My Videos • 8. My Received Podcasts • 9. My BookMarks/Favorites • 10. My Contacts (Address Book) • 11. My Calendar • 12. My Purchased/Downloaded Softwares/Device Drivers • 13. My Scanned Documents • 14. A Snapshot (PrintScreen) of all the Installed Programs (to identify which programs to install into a new system incase of a computer failure)
If you do not have any data backup, act immediately!
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