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Your computer has been stolen! Based on the statistics we’ve gathered over the past 8 years let’s see how much of your data is lost. By lost data we mean the photos, documents, spreadsheets, etc. you changed or added on your computer since your last backup. via Computer Backup: Pick a Card, Any Card.

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The fact that your backup strategy is stupid does not imply that you are stupid. It only means you may not have given careful thought to what disasters could harm your data (theft, fire, hurricane, malware, software bugs, user error, and so on) or exactly what steps you would take if something did go wrong. […]

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Given the world we now live in, the need for RELIABLE offsite backup of mission critical business information is indisputable – for all businesses!So what’s the most cost-effective way for a small business to reliably backup their data? via Dr.Backup Blog » Managed Backup Service is LESS EXPENSIVE than Do-it-yourself.

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  It’s a good day for proponents of an open internet: the Federal Communications Commission just approved its long-awaited network neutrality plan, which reclassifies broadband internet as a Title II public utility and gives the agency more regulatory power in the process. via FCC approves net neutrality rules, reclassifies broadband as a utility.

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