Your home is full important document, memories and items with sentimental value. Unfortunately, most home users forget that computers carry information just as important like documents, memories in emails, pictures and videos. You may also have captures of sentimental moments like your wedding day, family getaways or loved ones that have gone away.
As you try to make copies of important documents and photos, or duplicate your tapes and CDs to protect them from harm, it is the same as creating copies of information on your computer and portable devices.
CCNC Home Solutions has identified the areas where the average family struggles to understand all the available types of backup and the common questions:
- Why is copy and paste and replication to OneDrive and Dropbox not sufficient as a backup?
- What is the difference between snapshot and imaging?
When backing up your information, the use of USB flash drives and portable hard drives is common, but it becomes harder to manage when there are more than one device and many family members in the house, all with their own information. CCNC Home Solutions have devices that will be able to run in your house that will allow access to all machines to back up to and even attach the portable drive to take all your households data and store them in a safe place.
The expert Home IT Solutions Architects at CCNC Home Solutions are also well versed in the latest backup methods including the cloud.
You may think that you are extremely careful and would never make a simple mistake such as delete a file. All of us are susceptible to moments of exhaustion which causes us to delete an important file. Furthermore you may be unaware that a folder you deleted may have resulted in losing your precious data.
CCNC Home Solutions on a regular basis have to deal with data loss. Our experts know that you do not necessarily have to be at fault. The data loss could occur due to drive failure because of age or accidental bumps. In a public place someone could steal your laptop or mobile with your data on it. Hackers these days can lock you out of your system and data.