Computer storage facilities and devices come in many shapes, sizes and specifications, and can be offline, internally mounted, or externally connected to your PC to offer a broad range of storage capacity. Alternatively, online storage and data backup facilities offer quick, reliable, secure access to storage databases via the internet. You can now get online (via the web) or offline (3rd party device) storage capcity that provides information at your fingertips via vast data storage facilities. With hundreds of gigabytes or even terabytes of data storage capacity, the modern day storage and data backup mediums can handle any number of files, folders, applications, DVD's, CD's, and other multimedia streams. Here we review the best online storage services and offline storage devices such as hard disk drives and other media storage devices. Offering opinions and ratings of all data storage, backup and recovery facilities that enter the market. We also provide troubleshooting hints and tips so that you can diagnose and resolve your computer storage, backup and recovery issues.
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Figuring out which data backup systems to use to secure your files and programs is a challenging process, but this series of guides can help you easily select products and solutions for backing up and storing data.
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It wasn't always practical to have a network attached storage device in your home, but with the rate at which technology is progressing, it may soon become impractical to not have one. If you're avoiding the idea because you're intimidated...
As technology takes over more and more of our lives, the need to share files between home computers is increasing. If you find yourself using thumb drives to share files, perhaps you could benefit from a NAS device.
Windows may say your files are gone forever when you empty the Recycle Bin, but anyone who's worked with computers knows that isn't always the case. How do you make sensitive files permanently irretrievable? Here are a few solutions.
By Courtney McDowell
July 12, 2011
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