Are you sticking to that new year’s resolution to backup your computer or server data?

JohnMHoyt Apple, Backup Solutions, Business, Cloud Computing, Computer Repair, Computer Sales, Computer Service, Computer Support, Homeland Secure IT, Linux, Mac, Microsoft, Microsoft Exchange, OS X, Windows, Windows Server Leave a Comment

  You were lucky enough to make it through 2011 without a catastrophic failure of a hard drive, data corruption, loss of a notebook computer, etc, but will 2012 be so kind? If you are like so many people and businesses we work with, you are NOT backing up your data. Maybe it is too much trouble, or too expensive. …

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Don’t trust those external portable USB hard drives with your important data!

JohnMHoyt Apple, Business, Cloud Computing, Computer Repair, Computer Sales, Computer Security, Computer Service, Computer Support, Homeland Secure IT, Linux, Mac, Microsoft, OS X, Sales, security, Windows, Windows Server Leave a Comment

I’ve posted this before…  External, portable, USB hard drives are convenient to store some data on, but dang it, don’t put everything on one and trust that it is forever and always going to be there for you. These devices use 2.5″ hard drives like you would find in a notebook computer, and while there is nothing wrong with those …

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Hard drive data recovery demonstration with special appearance by Shred Disk @ShredDisk

JohnMHoyt Apple, Business, Computer Repair, Computer Sales, Computer Security, Computer Service, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, iPad, iPhone, Mac, Microsoft, Microsoft Exchange, Mobile, OS X, Secure IT Alert, security, Technology, Windows, Windows Server Leave a Comment

When you buy a new computer, what do you do with the old one?  Donate it to charity? Give it to a friend? Leave it with the computer vendor who sold you the new computer? Sell it on Craigslist? The real question here is, what happens to the data on the hard drive in your old system? Do you take …

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