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Old 2nd August 2006, 17:54   #1
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Howto: Safe Data Storage at Home

While redundant and secure storage are mainly the territories of IT departments and businesses, home and SOHO users are entitled to safe storage as well. There are a number of different ways that the home user or small business can safely store their information with having to hire a specialist or break the bank. This article is going to go over a few of those methods so as to help you choose which method is the right one for you. The first thing a users must do is to realize what information of theirs is important and needs to be backed up. While the average users and business both have lots of data, not all of it needs to be stored in duplicate.
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