This Week in Cloud Backups: April 5, 2013


World Backup Day continued this week, but things quieted down later in the week. Oh, and Backblaze released the beta of their iOS app – we’ll be checking that out this weekend.

World Backup Day is March 31: Is your data safe?

World Backup Day is March 31: Is your data safe?

It’s tax season, do you know where your financial data is? How about the data of your clients?
World Backup Day 2013: Don't be an April Fool! | TUAW - The Unofficial Apple Weblog

World Backup Day 2013: Don’t be an April Fool! | TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog

There’s probably nothing easier than using one of the online backup services.
Happy World Backup Day! Go Backup Your Stuff! Seriously. | TechCrunch

Happy World Backup Day! Go Backup Your Stuff! Seriously. | TechCrunch

Hard drive backups are like the socks of gifts you give yourself. They’re initially about as unexciting as gifts can get, only to become the best gift ever in a pinch. Got a meeting in 20 minutes and your normal sock reserve is empty? Thanks for the bag-o-socks, Uncle Steve! Your HDD just exp..
Forgot to Backup on World Backup Day? Here’s 5 Cloud Tips to Save Files | SiliconANGLE

Forgot to Backup on World Backup Day? Here’s 5 Cloud Tips to Save Files | SiliconANGLE

5 helpful backup tips
Think Twice: Local Backup or Cloud? Hybrid is Your Answer | Sub Zero Blog

Think Twice: Local Backup or Cloud? Hybrid is Your Answer | Sub Zero Blog

The key to efficient backup strategy with guaranteed outcome is to clearly define which goal you meet with each type of backup, and combine the two in the right way.
Allow me to introduce myself

Allow me to introduce myself

I’m Mike Grossman, and I’m the new CEO of SugarSync… I’m looking forward to leading our team in taking the product and the business to the next level.
Dropbox vs. Sugarsync: which is better online backup software?

Dropbox vs. Sugarsync: which is better online backup software?

With the advancement of the online business cloud computing become one of the important factor in these days. There are lots of cloud computing providers are available in the market like Dropbox, SugarSync, Google Drive, Skydrive, etc.
backblaze Backblaze @backblaze Dec 31, 1969
The first round of beta invites have gone out. Might do a few more rounds over the next week or so! Stay tuned.
12 Must-Do PC Tasks | PCWorld

12 Must-Do PC Tasks | PCWorld

Your computer is not invulnerable. Hard-drive failures happen, as do floods, fires, earthquakes, thefts, and other calamities. The hardware in your computer is replaceable, but the data inside—whether critical business documents or precious family photos—might not be. If you don’t want to face the gut-wrenching realization that you’ve lost something important, you need to have a backup plan.

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