Google Backup and Sync is a new app that syncs to Photos and Drive. Read on to see how it stacks up against OneDrive, Dropbox, BackBlaze, and Crashplan.
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Feeling safe and secure with your backup solution? Not so fast. Fix these mistakes now or you’re at risk of catastrophic data loss.
Cheaper than an iCloud storage upgrade and more versatile than hooking up a cable to your PC—this slick expansion drive is worth a look.
Got a big hard drive? Here’s how to make it usable for macOS, Windows, and Linux.
UPS battery replacements are easy enough to do yourself. The hardest part: finding the battery. In this post, we’ll show you how to crack open a UPS case and get a good deal on a replacement UPS battery.
Hard drives have an average lifespan of four years. Be sure to keep tabs on your hard drives health before it fails and takes all your data down with it.
Picturelife promised users they would never have to worry about losing their pictures again. Then, they lost all their users pictures. What would you do?
Starting over on a new iPhone or iPad can be a serious hassle. Fortunately, Apple makes it simple restore from a previous device IF you know all the tricks.
As the year comes to a close, let’s talk about what could possibly be your most important purchase for the year.
Looking to expand your computer’s hard drive horizons? Installation is easy with just a little bit of knowledge, and you can get it from this guide.
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.