Backup Your Data 2017


I had a great lunch conversation with a good friend the other day, that started me thinking about my business and where I am at today. It seems to me that if you want to be successful in life you need to keep adjusting and staying touch with the field you are working in. Example; I think that you would agreed that Technology is always changing.   Like the moves from floppy drives, to CD drives and then to DVD drives, and now cloud storage.  Well, I have seen it all, and now I’m teaching others to understand hardware, software, networking and how to protect their computers from virus and identity theft.
However, there is one thing, I seem to never get across to my students, family and friends, that is backing up their data!  It seems such a simple task for someone working in technology for 30 years, but it seems to always take the back seat to everything else, until your computer fails to startup or you’re attacked by a major virus. Now with the cost of backup drives at all time low price there is no reason not to backup your computer and data.
You can purchase a 500 GB Passport Portable External Drive for about $84.00 dollars and 1 TB Passport for around $98.00 dollars. If you are big into digital photos go for the 1 TB drive. These drives come with a program that’s easy to install and easy to configure for full schedule backup. What’s nice about these drives is that you can take them with you while traveling or going on business trip. Make this a priority for 2013….


Author: mrmartink

Front-end web developer currently creating new sites and doing maintenance for small businesses and non-profits such as City Chamber of Commerce and Public Safety. Mr. Martin has been a Technology Instructor for a local Community College since 2007. Mr. Martin is teaching Information Technology 101, Computer Essential 101, Word , Excel, PowerPoint , Access DB, Introduction to HTML/Web Page Design, and Web Design 1, Advance Web Design 2, WordPress, HTML5, CSS, and Linux Admin. Available as adjunct instructor for online classes for community colleges for Fall and Spring semester.

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