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How to Back Up Your Computer

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How to Back Up Your Computer

Every week 140,000 hard disks crash in the United States. Are you prepared for a hard disk crash? Is your data backed up safely? This guide tells you about different backup solutions available to you and gives a simple, step-by-step process for performing backup for your Windows and Mac systems.

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5 Best Cloud Backup Solutions for Small Business

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5 Best Cloud Backup Solutions for Small Business

Let’s begin with an important statistic. 60% of companies that lose their data will shut down within 6 months of the disaster. Scary isn’t it? Furthermore, the same article goes on to list that every week 140,000 hard disks crash in the United States. Given the risk loss of data poses, it is a no-brainer that every business should have a reliable backup solution.

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How To Build A Data Backup Strategy For Your Growing Business: 6 FAQs

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How To Build A Data Backup Strategy For Your Growing Business: 6 FAQs

You see the term “Strategy” and may exclaim “not this again!”. But hold on just a moment. We do not want to scare you into thinking that you need something elaborate and complex to achieve an effective backup and recovery plan. Follow along and in the next 6-7 minutes you will be well on your way to building a backup strategy for your business.

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5 IT Best Practices for Growing Businesses

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5 IT Best Practices for Growing Businesses

As a small business owner, IT can be a challenge, especially when you have little or no IT expertise. Restrictive budgets and lack of expertise often make matters worse. But a little planning and advance preparation can go a long way in ensuring that your IT becomes your asset rather than a liability. Here we breakdown some typical IT challenges that small to medium business owners face and share the best practices that can make your IT operations manageable.

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Security 101: Spam, Phishing, and Social Engineering

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Security 101: Spam, Phishing, and Social Engineering

Your device is the portal through which you communicate with friends, family, and the people you work with. Replacing a device is costly, but you can’t put a price on the data you hold in it. Consider how much worse it would be if someone got a hold of the data you can access with that device: bank accounts, passwords, emails, photos, correspondence with friends, and more. This is precisely why security is important.

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