To Backup or not to.
We are living in a digitally and technologically sound world. As we are becoming more and more digital, the risk of data is increasing simultaneously. You can think of your data residing anywhere - PC, mobile, etc. in the form of documents, images, videos, etc.
A data backup is the result of copying or archiving files and folders for the purpose of being able to restore them in case of data loss. Data loss is caused by many things ranging from computer viruses to hardware failures to file corruption to fire, flood, or theft (etc).
What if your precious moments, the moments you've captured and preserved for so many years are lost because of storage failure, malicious programs, device theft, etc.
Backups don't seem important to you until the day you need them and, in this cloud era, I don't think we should have a backup strategy like scheduling a backup on our computer every Monday you could carry out most your work on the cloud itself and local backups are not that much safe too, What if your Hard-disk crashes ?
Most of the people think about backup as a Geeky task which is not meant for common people. But, it's not the truth; you don't need to be a geek to set-up basic data system at your place.
Backup your data: Solutions
In the next posts we'll be guiding you through the Backup process in Windows. We'll show you, where copies of your online data are stored.
Yes, you could remain passive, and things could be almost indestructible but, what if you lost access to, say your Facebook account ? Wouldn't that be messing up tour life ?
Our next posts will also highlight the topic data recovery, it'd be useful if you haven't already setup a backup solution. Remember it's now or never.