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Data Backup

Are you forced to delete files just because there isn’t enough space on your computer?

Or worried about computer viruses which might lead to hardware failures and file corruption?

Perhaps data may be destroyed by failures or neglect in data storage.
Well, your computer requires data backup!

Are you wondering how to backup data to free space, but find these files later?

Call us on 1300 016 017 and we will take care of it!

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Unfortunately, most people remember to back up and restore their files after it is too late. There are many ways that the information on your computer can be unintentionally lost such as a child accidentally removing programs or data, a power surge, natural disasters, etc. It is recommended to regularly make backup copies of your files and restore them using a CD or DVD. This helps replace all of your information in the event something occurs to the originals on your computer.

Backing up and restoring your files to an external drive would be good disaster insurance. A USB drive can be removed and stored away from your computer. Even if a local accident such as surge, fire or water damage will not damage your files.

Backing up and restoring files to a cloud storage provides users with a system for the storage and recovery of computer files. This remote and online backup service is simple and reliable.


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Backing up data is a sensible thing to do routinely. It makes sense in case your laptop is stolen or your hard disk fails. Also, you have more options for recovery if your computer becomes infected with malware. The best way to do data backup is cloud storage. It can be done automatically. But, if you are wondering how to do it, contact us and we will help you.
A full backup is a total copy of your entire data assets, which backs up all of your files into a single version. If you are uncertain about doing this, leave it to us! Contact us and we’ll help you.
PCs are still the final destination for most of your data. If you are using both a Windows PC and a smartphone, you might transfer a lot of data from your phone to the computer. This might be for safe keeping or to save space on your phone. You require a good Windows backup application to help you. Windows has evolved and so has its backup features. In Windows Vista and 7, the data backup feature is identified as Backup and Restore. With Windows 8, Microsoft removed the Backup and Restore feature and replaced it with File History. With the Windows 8.1 update there came two backup utilities i.e. both File History and Backup and Restore. With Windows 10, both Windows backup tools are available. Irrespective of the version of Windows you use, accessing the Backup and Restore feature is fundamentally the same. If you are still having doubts on how exactly to use this data backup feature, contact us and we will help you.

You cannot survive without air, water and food, right? It might be hard to survive without your data as well. If you do not have proper backup or disaster recovery plans in place, you may not survive a disaster. Here are some top reasons why you should backup your data.

  • Prevent data loss: You might have heard about, or experienced, a disastrous loss of data. One of the main reasons for data backup is to save important files if there is a system crash or hard drive failure occurs. 
  • Additional backup: It is always good to have a Plan B. Additional data backups can help if the original backups result in data corruption or hard drive failure. This is best done via cloud storage. Additional backups are essential if natural disasters occur. Storms can lead to the destruction of servers and computers due to fires and floods. With cloud technology, data backup has become easier and more secure than ever before. 
  • Peace of mind: You will have peace of mind in the event of  cybercrime, system crashes or when disaster occurs. It is never too late to start saving important data. 

If you are wondering how to do data backup, contact us and we will take care of it!

You might have experienced data loss before. It might be because of data corruption, malware, hard drive failure or accidental deletion. This is where data recovery is useful to try and restore your lost files. The success of data recovery mainly depends on your system’s condition and how the data loss occurred in the first place. The best approach to make data retrieval easier and preventing long-term data loss is to make lots of backups. Do data backups at regular intervals and store multiple copies of these backups in a variety of places – a hard drive, USB stick, cloud-based backup provider and so on. Ensure to keep your backup drives updated and your sensitive files encrypted. This is to make sure that you lose as little vital data as possible and can easily restore data if you do experience data loss. In case you have any queries, you can always contact us. We will help you.

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