Disaster recovery and business continuity are absolutely vital for you to continue with computer-based operations at work or at home. If there is anything you need to know about this topic, our guide will put you in the picture.
Have you decided to backup your files but you’re not yet sure which backup program to use? Here are all the backup solutions you need to check out.
If you are looking for quality online backup programs, consider Acronis by investigating the pros and cons of their True Image software package.
Have you wanted to make backups of certain files, e.g. from your work computer, but you find that you can’t because you don’t have administration privileges? Do you find the default backup method (copy-paste) too time consuming? Read this article to find out how you can do it easily and efficiently.
Acronis Disk Director has many tools to manage and recover your computer’s hard disk partitions and also lets you boot from multiple operating systems. However, you might want to get rid of the program if your needs change. Thankfully, Acronis makes the removal process relatively easy.
Are you compiling a list of good utilities to install on a tech support boot CD? Our list of the top three tools is a great place to start!
Using recovery software with encryption features helps secure sensitive and important files from local or remote intruders. Here is the list of data and file recovery programs to consider using in Windows.
How do you want your files in cloud storage accessible from your PC? Check this Gladinet review for more information on accessing cloud storage as local folders.
One of the common problems in using McAfee software is the inability for visit the McAfee website. The cause of the problem may vary and we have the possible solutions when someone asks why my McAfee software wont let me go to McAfee website.
Have you ever heard of Norton Secure Online Storage? Chances are you have, but never really knew what it did nor thought to use it. In fact, it’s probably one of the least used tools in the entire Norton 360 suite. But, that’s soon about to change.