AUse an External Device for Backup. Best for: Your documents (incl. recent documents), application data, media files and the system as a whole.
BAutomate Your Backup and Store It at a Safe Distance. Best for: Your documents (incl. recent documents) and application data.
CPrepare for the Big Disaster. Best for: All your essential systems as a whole (data and software servers).
DBackup the Backup! Best for: Your documents (incl. recent documents), application data, media files and the system as a whole.
- The hard drive in your computer fails.
- The data on your computer is corrupted for a variety of reasons.
- Your computer is lost or stolen.
- Your computer is in a fire or other environmental event.
- A virus infects your computer and deletes or corrupts your files.
- Businesses should consider making a daily backup of all clients' documents.
- Home users may find it helpful to make a backup copy of documents once a week.
- If you have a system image backup, you can restore your operating system, your programs, and your files.
- If you have a file backup, you can restore your files on another computer or have your computer repaired and then restore your files on it.
"Being too busy to worry about backup is like being too busy driving a car to put on a seatbelt."
"Because data is the heart of the enterprise, it's crucial for you to protect it."
-William R. Stanek