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Backing up your data to the cloud via an automated set it and forget it service is crucial to an overall data backup strategy. Backblaze is one of these services which is affordable and easy to use.
A few months ago, Twitter announced it would allow users to download an archive of their tweets. The feature has been rolling out to users over time. Here’s how to download and Use your archive.
Do you use clockwork mod for backups on your Android device? The blob folder may seem huge and mysterious, but it serves a useful purpose.
DRM can prevent you from transferring books to all of your personal reading devices. Calibre and a little elbow grease can help you get around it.
Backblaze, the online backup company, announced it has increased the capacity of the USB flash drives and hard drives users can receive their backed up data.
Windows 8 File History detects file changes and backs them up regularly. You can set it to back up files to a server or Network Attached Storage device.
OwnCloud gives you unlimited online cloud storage space for a lot less money than iCloud, Dropbox, or Sugarsync charges. Here’s how to set it up.
Windows 8 can create a system image that takes a snapshot of your computer that you can revert to if disaster strikes. Creating one is easy, here’s how.
If you feel pestered by a notification to safely eject USB devices, it might be time for a second look at it. Windows has a default setting to help data from being lost, but it isn’t flawless.
Here at groovyPost, we love cloud storage and online device sync. Last week we had a groovyGiveaway of SugarSync 30GB accounts and the Winners are….
Enterprise admins everywhere can rejoice! Tape backup may soon be a thing of the past if you are comfortable using Amazon’s low-priced cloud infrastructure.
Do you work with Microsoft Office files stored or saved to a web server? If so, increasing the amount of time cached items persist could help you avoid data and document loss. On the flip side, decreasing the cache time could give you back valuable system space.
Windows 8 has a new feature called File History. It scans your system every hour for personal file changes and backs them up automatically. Here’s how to enable this important layer of data protection.