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- Painless Backups to USB Drives. Lasky, Michael S. // PCWorld;Oct2007, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p140
The article presents information on how to back up files using universal serial bus (USB) drives. Select the folders and files that needs to be backed up by clicking the box next to the folder in the outline tree. Both SanDisk's CruzerSync and Migo Software's Migo Personal back up and sync...
- Better safe than sorry. Tremayne, Vincent // Nursing Standard;3/30/2011, Vol. 25 Issue 30, p61
The article reports on several methods, including using personal storage space on a university network, using USB sticks or pens and storing data on mobile phones, which college students can use to protect their work that is stored on computers. The problems that can be associated with losing...
- Going online to save data safely. Goldsborough, Reid // Reading Today;Dec2004/Jan2005, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p11
Offers information on several options for saving back up files in the computer. Natural disasters which could affect the computer; Use of file transfer protocol program to transfer file; Examples of specialized online back-up services.
- Infosecurity Europe 2007. // Database & Network Journal;Feb2007, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p14
Information about several papers discussed at the Infosecurity Europe 2007 conference that was held in London, England on April 24-26 is presented. One of the topics discussed during the event concerns the use of backup, archiving and storage and disaster recovery planning among medium sized...
- Backup Your Data Using A USB Device. Seyfarth, John // Nebraska Library Association Quarterly;Spring2004, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p21
Discusses the use of Universal Serial Bus (USB) devices to backup library data. Cost of the USB Flash Memory Key; Capacity of the USB External Hard Drive; Comparison of the Tape Drive with the USB.
- Using the tools on your LiveCD. Ludlow, David // Computer Shopper;Feb2013, Issue 300, p158
The article offers step-by-step instructions for using a custom LiveCD backup and recovery software on a bootable universal serial bus (USB) flash drive to back up, restore and fix a broken computer.
- Arming against Mother Nature. Miller, Ron // eWeek;9/18/2006, Vol. 23 Issue 37, pS1
The article offers information on how Penn Virginia Corp., an oil and gas exploration company, will replicate data and then restore back-ups quickly in an event of a natural disaster in the U.S. Due to the hurricane Rita that ripped Houston, Texas in September 2005, company director Gary Bailey...
- Prevent catastrophes from data loss. Goldsborough, Reid // Business Journal (Central New York);6/18/2004, Vol. 18 Issue 25, p10
Offers advice on data protection. Prevention of catastrophes from data loss; Computer storage devices; Data recovery service offered by CBL Data Recovery Technologies Inc.; Backup tapes and software.
- Do-it-yourself disaster recovery. Bort, Julie // Network World;8/23/2004, Vol. 21 Issue 34, pS16
While most network executives are looking at server virtualization to reduce hardware costs, the technology could also offer a budgetary bonus: less-expensive disaster recovery. Companies with virtualized servers and storage-area networks (SAN) in disparate data centers already have most of the...