Backup in a Flash

October 2003
Management Services;Oct2003, Vol. 47 Issue 10, p28
Academic Journal
Everyone knows that backing up data is important. Backing up data is insurance against computer crashes, theft, loss and fire. Backup Buddy is a 3-inch device that is brand new to the information technology and home personal computer market. It automatically backs up Microsoft Office documents instantly and securely. There is no need to click the mouse to backup the data. The Key to the Backup Buddy is its simplicity. It utilises new zero click technology meaning there are no drivers to load; no power leads. All a person has to do is plug it into the universal serial bus port on the computer and it finds and backs up everything that has changed since the last it was plugged in. The device is totally secure, meaning no-one else can access your personal documents. The easy registration process gives each Backup Buddy a unique restore code. The Backup Buddy also has a my portable documents feature so that sites can be easily transported between computers using this virtual brief case.


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