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Backing Up Your Data

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Backing up data is not just the purview of large corporations with systemic procedures.  It’s a safety-net practice for organizations of all sizes – and even of individuals who want to protect copies of anything from correspondence to photos kept on home computers.
A “backup” is basically a duplicate copy of your work that you’re keeping for archival purposes or protection against damage or loss and that is saved to some type of removable storage like CD or flash drive or magnetic tape.  A “secure backup” means you’re keeping it in another location.
Backing up data is standard practice in computer use, but easy to overlook on any given day.  Putting a regular “backup” provision in place will save a whole lot of heartache and work should your computer fail at a most inopportune time.


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