By | March 19, 2022

We’re fortunate to have access to the most powerful computers available, but what would you do if your computer crashed and you lost everything on it? Crashes happen more frequently than you would think, data recovery can cost hundreds of dollars, and you can’t always retrieve everything you’ve saved on your computer. We understand that life gets busy, and it’s easy to lose track of your files. On March 31st, join us as we commemorate World Backup Day.


Set aside 15 to 60 minutes to back up all of the files on your desktop, laptop, or computer. Simply buy a hard disc that suits your needs (we recommend 1TB or larger drives) and copy your data to it.
You won’t be able to buy a hard disc in time? Don’t be concerned! There are many companies that specialise in document storage online. Conduct research to determine which service is best for you. We suggest Google Cloud, WMware Storage, or Barracuda Cloud Storage, but they’re all excellent!
Invite all of your team members to back up their files using one of the ways listed above. This will create a safer environment for your employees and avoid any projects from falling through the cracks.


Wake awake and take a whiff of the coffee. Accidents happen all the time. Are you ready to give up that project you’ve been working on for the entire semester? What about those critical documents you tucked away to aid in your tax preparation? Is it simple to change them? If you haven’t already done so, we recommend that you do so.
As previously stated, if your files are irreplaceable, we strongly advise you to back them up. Always remember that it’s better to be safe than sorry. Duplicate your files as many times as you like to ensure that you are protected from any potential disasters.


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