There is nothing more boring and awful and NECESSARY than backing up your computer.
- Matt Buchanan, Buzzfeed
The topic of computer backup is not often thought of as exciting. However, in the digital age, backup is as important as an oil change is to maintaining a car, or a checkup is to…
April 25th Edition
We’ve received many compelling stories from CrashPlan customers who almost lost their data, but restored it through CrashPlan. The last installment of our Data Rescue Stories includes tales of restoration from Carsten L. and Keifel A.
via Carsten L. – I have been using CrashPlan for many years to back up…
April 18th Edition
Stories of potential data loss and triumphant recovery continue to be shared on our CrashPlan data rescue stories form. Here are some of our more recent tales, shared by CrashPlan backup users:
via Jason F. – I had a hybrid Seagate hard drive that housed my entire VMware test environment along with…
April 11th Edition
Last week, we heard from users who told us stories of how CrashPlan helped save business plans, photos and home movies. Here’s a new batch from this week:
via Benjamin H.: I considered not renewing my CrashPlan subscription since I hadn’t had to use it to recover anything. But then when…
April 4th Edition
CrashPlan automated backup solutions help individuals and businesses protect their valuable digital data with unmatched ease and security. Every day we hear from grateful users eager to share their recovery stories with us. Last week, we opened up the floor, allowing users to share their stories with each other. Here are just…
Part 4: Offsite Foresight
A CrashPlan Customer Data Rescue Story
Guest post by Joe Kissell, author of Take Control of CrashPlan Backups
See Post 1, Post 2, Post 3
The final of 4 posts that tells the story of mastering engineer Drew Lavyne and how online backup with CrashPlan helped his business weather last October’s hurricane.
Code 42 Software, makers of CrashPlan present: Data Rescue Stories
Your incredible stories of data recovery have kept us inspired throughout the years. Drew Lavyne, a mastering engineer who weathered Hurricane Sandy, is just one of many.
We invite all CrashPlan users…
For the last month, we’ve been telling the story of how NYC master engineer Drew Lavyne recovered his business after Superstorm Sandy. (We’ll wrap up the story this Friday.) Turns out we’re not the only ones who found some valuable lessons about business continuity in the aftermath of the disaster.
Today on LinkedIn, Steve Anderson…