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Monday, August 22, 2011

Carbonite for My Peace of Mind

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Carbonite for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

My mom lost a lot of her old photos to flood, and even some during the war. It is such a sad state when things like these happen. Fortunately, this age allows us to store these precious items both in a drive at home and online. The thing that worries me about storing files in an internal and/or external drive is that computers can crash and we can still lose our file. Nobody wants to live a worrisome life. It is always wise to have a   computer backup online  -preferably one that is unlimited. Carbonite takes the worry out of backup by securely and automatically backing up the files on your PC or Mac to one of Carbonite’s highly secure, state-of-the-art data centers. Carbonite works continually in the background, automatically backing up your files whenever your computer is connected to the internet. Completely automatic, secure, simple, and unlimited. 
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RNSANE said...

Tes, Carbonite definitely saved me a lot of heartache a few months back when my desktop suffered a fatal malady and ceased to exist. I had purchased Carbonite a few months before that at the insistence of my oldest son. He's seen me suffer the demise, previously, of another computer with the loss of my hard drive - though he'd constantly nagged me to back up information ( I never got around to doing it ). I spent $100 at Good Guys, trying to retrieve info and, while I was able to get some of my files, much was lost.

This time, however, I just called Carbonite and, like magic, all my info - files and photos - was then downloaded onto my laptop. That is problematic, in itself, because, of course, my laptop doesn't have nearly the capacity my desktop did. I have all the photos now on a separate external hard drive which Carbonite doesn't back up so they told me I should make copies of my photos somewhere else so I'll have an additional backup.

I am so grateful I spent that money for Carbonite. It's a great investment.

betchai said...

i used to have an online backup before, after reading this, i am seriously considering again, very convenient way to be on the go. hope you have a good first week with the students Tes, have fun in your classroom with the kids, I am sure you miss working with them, our joyful reason to wake up early in the morning :)

Gary said...

This is very informative! Thanks for sharing.

kulasa said...

thank you so much for sharing Tesya:-)

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