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Never Lose Data Again

You’ve heard the horror stories.

The hard drive crash that wiped out the family photos…

The virus that destroyed the school research paper your friend was working on…

The laptop that was stolen while on vacation – with all the vacation photos on it…

A 2013 Harris Interactive survey showed a whopping 29% of computer users have never backed up their data. Not 30 days ago, not 10 years ago – they have never backed up – not even once.

If you’re here, you probably care about your data. You want to protect it.

You know backups are important, but you’re not sure where to start. The unbiased Backup Review can help.

http://www.backupreview.com/



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Saddened to learn of the death of Andy Grove, one of the truly great tech pioneers/leaders

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Grove
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A type of malware that locks computer files and demands a fee for their release has successfully targeted Apple computers.

The security researchers from Palo Alto Networks believe it is the first time #ransomware has appeared on Macs.

The KeRangers malware was hidden in a version of a BitTorrent client called Transmission.

The makers of Transmission and Apple say they have taken steps to stop the malware spreading.

It is not clear how many people were affected.
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Yet another reason to start backing up with Dupplica
https://www.dupplica.com
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With all the stories about hackers these days, is online backup safe to use?

It’s easy to understand why anyone would have concerns with “cloud-based” services, given all the stories you hear about government agencies and large corporations getting hacked.

If these big guys can’t stop the hackers, how safe is my data in the hands of a small commercial entity?

While it’s true that nothing on the Internet is un-hackable, the real concern is: “Will my data be a target?”

Random acts of hacking are completely different from targeted hacks, such as the ones you often hear about in the media.

Sophisticated hacking syndicates don’t waste time on targets where they don’t know what’s on the other side. Hackers know that they can grab valuable data from government agencies and large corporations, so it’s worth the time and effort to make them a target.

The real question you need to ask yourself when it comes to backing up and securing your data is, “Are they better equipped to protect my data than I am?”

For the tech-savvy crowd, the answer may be no, but for most people the clear answer is yes; these companies that make their living providing secure online storage of data are more focused on security and fighting hackers than you’ll ever be.

Any of these online services can be “hacked,” which would generally only provide access to a large amount of encrypted data. This would require the hackers to spend an unknown amount of time attempting to decrypt the data just to see what they were able to steal — that’s just not what smart thieves do.

Keep in mind: Your small data set among millions of others would also have to somehow become a specific target.

It’s not that these online service aren’t hackable; they just aren’t that attractive of a target.

Most people don’t encrypt their data on their own computers, but all of the online backup services that I am aware of do.

When you use an online backup service, your files are encrypted on your own machine before they are uploaded via a secure connection to the company’s storage servers.

Keep in mind, you’re balancing what is technically possible against what is most likely to happen.

Using an external hard drive connected to your computer will certainly remove the risk of a hacker compromising an online service, but it’s of little use if you’re a victim of theft, fire, flooding, ransomware attacks or other more common scenarios for the average user.

The ultimate backup scenario uses the 3-2-1 method: 3 copies on 2 different devices, with 1 copy off-site.
https://www.dupplica.com
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Start your backup !

Just do it . Windows 10 and Full Mac OS X El Capitan support

Free ! no credit card needed ! 30 day free trial.

Start securing your self for free
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The force of Data loss is Awakening! Don't become a statistical figure Han Solo! Start your backup with Dupplica.

https://dupplica.com
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Why deal with data recovery in the first place?

Backup with Dupplica Online Backup and regain the confidence that nothing can stop you.
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Cloud For Business
Get Started with 1 TB
From $199.00 per year (Per user)
Backup for all of the PCs in the business
Collaborate on projects with Team Folders: like a shared network drive online !
Share files with colleagues. Brand the sharing portal with business colours and logos !
Extremely easy to set up - all managed, through our business admin portal !
Advanced features for business including WebDAV, SFTP and FTP access
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