If your hard disk drive is going bad, data loss is either imminent or already happening. If you don’t have a solid backup plan in place, now is the last opportunity for some disaster recovery. More Reading:
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A broken or decaying hard drive can bring your computer to a screeching halt. If your computer is performing poorly, this is one of the first components to check.
By IT I mean, Information Technology. Move over Microsoft, let me introduce you to a new offering from Dropbox called Dropbox for Teams. A new product which takes the Dropbox service we have all come to love and adapts it for the corporation. Is it any good? Well, my prediction is in Q1 2011: Dropbox […]
A few weeks ago I talked about an online backup service called Mozy that let’s you backup your PC or MAC online (first 2 gigs of data free). Today I’m going to show you another great online service called Dropbox which like Mozy allows you to backup your MAC or PC online for free (first […]
One of the more common topics/questions in our Free Tech Support Forum is How-To repair or recover email from a corrupt Microsoft Outlook PST file. I use PST files daily with Outlook for email archiving and other workflows I follow which is why I back up my PST files weekly. If I were to lose […]
Are you ready to say goodbye to 3rd party back-up applications? Windows 7 makes this possible with its excellent back-up and System Image features built into all versions of Windows 7. For me, I love a clean install of Windows. Not coincidentally, right after a fresh install is the best time to make a system […]