I’ve recently found myself talking to a number of individuals and small businesses about their important data, where it “lives”, and where it is (or is not) backed up. I was often reminded of a series I wrote a few years ago for a now-offline corporate blog. After working with their folks, I was received… Continue reading Zombie Posts: Series on Data Backup Strategy
Note: This article was originally published on a corporate blog that has since been taken down. With that company’s permission, I’m republishing this series here. Some links in the text have been updated. This article was originally published October 10, 2008. If you’re just joining this series of articles, welcome! You may want to read… Continue reading Remote Data Backup – The Final Component
A look at the various software options available to ensure worry-free backup of your data to a local storage device.
A look into the hardware currently available for use in establishing a local (in-home) backup of your data. Includes a pros-and-cons look at the tree most widespread options.
A discussion about the optimal home data backup strategy, including local and remote components, and how to leverage the strengths of each.
Today I received an e-mail message from Comcast extolling the value of a (new?) service that will PROTECT ME™ from the INTERNET® and all its evil. I’ve included this little gem of a PR masterpiece below. Now don’t get me wrong, the threats presented by malware in general – botnets, phishing, scareware, credential thieves, etc,… Continue reading Comcast Sets Customers Up as Phishing Targets