In yesterday’s Wall Street Journal tech questions column, a reader asked for Walt Mossberg’s advice on the best way to assure that all their digital documents will remain safe.
Walt’s advice included backing up key files, like documents…
We often hear the question, “Can I still get my files if something happens to the CrashPlan Cloud?” The answer, in short, lies in CrashPlan’s multi-destination feature. Co-founder and CEO, Matthew Dornquast discusses further in our most recent video:
Today, most students own numerous gadgets – laptops, tablets, digital cameras and smartphones – all of which are full of precious documents, projects, videos and photos. As students make their return back to school in the coming months, it’s important to make sure they are digitally prepared to avoid any data disasters.
Easy to use…
Last week, Paul Colligan of eMarketingVids discussed how CrashPlan+ leverages both the cloud and other computers to back up files.
He couldn’t be more on target. We encourage all CrashPlan users to maximum your protection and increase restore options by backing up to multiple backup locations: local, social and with CrashPlan+ online to CrashPlan Central….
We’re big fans of both LifeHacker and Tekzilla, so we’re especially happy to see this tech-site mashup.
Adam Pash, the big guy at LifeHacker, talks to Tekzilla’s Patrick Norton about the importance of backing up to multiple locations. And his preferred backup solution is…drum roll…CrashPlan!