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The Case For Online Data Backup
by David Womack
David Womack is an award winning screenwriter and the author of Mountain Bike! Orange County, published in November 2007. His blog, MountainBikeOC, offers detailed information on local trails and mountain-biking events.

The Case for Online Data Backup

Everyone has a data loss story. The stories can be calamitous – a fire destroyed our building; whimsical – my child spilled a soft drink on our computer; frustrating – my hard drive unexpectedly crashed; or mind-boggling – my new employee deleted all of our client’s files. Whatever the story the result is the same, critical information is lost and recovery can be difficult, costly or even impossible.

Data loss in the home office may mean loss of insurance records, medical records, financial records or invaluable personal material. Data loss for a business may lead to financial losses, loss of customer confidence or even financial ruin. So, with so much at stake, what are individuals and business doing to prevent data loss? The easiest and most effective route to data security is to rely on an online data backup company. Online data backup is safe and reliable. Information stored on hardcopies, tapes or DVDs is never safe. With online data backup your information is stored in an impenetrable filing cabinet, protected by firewalls and encryption.

Face it, your computer contains information that you don’t want to risk losing. You may have files you don’t want exposed. Why take the chance? Online data backup is essentially an insurance policy. If the unthinkable happens, your data is in good hands. Would you risk running a business without insurance? Would you risk owning your home without insurance? If you are sensible, of course not. Then why leave critical documents at risk?

Online data backup is effective, affordable and absolutely necessary. Purchase a plan with True Defense and rest assured that the unthinkable or the unexpected won’t happen to you.

Published: Jul 23,2008 14:11
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