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Old 17th August 2005, 07:41   #1
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Backing up the data on our computers is one of the most boring things we can do. However, without doing so, it can lead to a digital disaster. This article gives you useful advice on how to pick what to backup and best ways to back them up.

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I used to turn my laptop to the IT guy once a month for backup, normally on Friday before quiting time and for one weekend out of a month I did not have to work at home.

I copied my data to the Server on a regular basis during lunch hour because I always forget to bring my laptop back to work
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Not as in depth as I would have thought Jmke.

There was no mention of hard disk failure the superior assurance of RAID 1 arrays etc.
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