You can never go wrong by backing up data from your laptop or mobile device to a separate device, be it an external local drive, or to the cloud. It is a very simple process to back up your content to Google Drive or Microsoft OneDrive or Dropbox or Box. They range in space from 2 GB to 15 GB free, with the option to purchase additional storage for a very reasonable monthly fee.
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Today is March 31. Normally not a big day. However, little did I know that today World Backup Day. And no, I am not referring to getting ins your car and backing it up. Computer data. Being an amateur photographer, I have many thousands of pictures from years past. The worst feeling is when someone ask for a once in a lifetime photo and you go to your laptop only to find it has crashed.
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I know the title of the article linked below deals with PERSONAL data, but the information and procedures detailed can and do pertain to professional data as well.
With the school year coming to an end in the next 45 days, it’s never too late to start thinking about your grades and course content.
And with the possibility that someone else might get your school computer next year, or you may even get a new one at some point, checking out this article can definitely put your mind at ease…or keep you up at night wondering should you do what it suggests or not.
Me? I do it and sleep well.
Five Ways To Ensure Your Personal Data Remains Secure.