Online storage companies all seem to look the same on paper…As my dad used to say, 6 of 1 = half a dozen of the other.

I suggest skimming this article fast and jumping to the bottom to find the punchline.

Quick Overview…
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Now, I will admit part of me is thinking, “What in the heck am I doing trusting an online backup company far away to store my data?”

None of us is conditioned to trust people we don’t know or let them see our data.
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There are several companies that offer online backup services today. A simple Internet search will reveal there are thousands of providers that want your business. However, not all of these companies are equal. Here are some pointers for comparing online backup services, so you can choose the right one for you needs.

Where Is Your Data Stored?

One of the first questions you’ll want to ask is where your data will be stored. Most companies will store your data at a remote server. If you are worried that your data may be hijacked during the transfer, you can rest assured that these companies use secure servers for the transfer, as well.
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It happened. Your computer has crashed and all your files are gone. What now? If you’ve used an online storage provider, you can relax. You will be able to quickly access your files, pictures, databases, and reports. However, if you didn’t, then all your files may be gone forever. Here are three mistakes that many businesses and individuals make when using data backup. They are more common than you might think!

#1 Not Using the Service

While this may be fairly obvious, you’d be surprised as how many people purchase online storage and never use it! Data backup isn’t going to do you any good if you don’t utilize the service. Some of the providers will save all your files in real time; this means, as you make changes, they are instantly saved on the provider’s server. You can also set the software to save your files automatically and on a specific schedule. Most will also let you save your files manually.
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There are a number of different backup solutions available today. While some may be better than others, all of them offer some type of protection against data loss. When you begin your search for the right service to protect your computer files, there are a few things you should know.
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