Carbonite Users: Get a Year of CrashPlan for FREE
I’m a very happy CrashPlan online backup customer. I use it to back up my personal and work computers, as well as my wife’s MacBook, since she would never back it up if I didn’t make it automatic. For $6 per month, we get unlimited storage space for up to 10 computers. But if you […]
File Sync is Not Backup
If you are relying on a file sync service like Dropbox or SugarSync as your cloud backup, cut it out. File sync is not backup.
How to Secure iCloud — and Everything Else You Have in the Cloud
Until yesterday, the only information necessary to take over an iCloud account was (1) a me.com email address, (2) your billing address, and (3) the last four digits of your credit card number, none of which are particularly difficult to find. Depending on how your accounts are set up, that could lead to a breach […]
A Sensible Approach to Storing Client Files in the Cloud
When it comes to storing files in the cloud, there is a lot of fear, uncertainty, and doubt going around. Some of it is even spread by cloud-based software companies who are trying to get a leg up on their competition. I try to balance security with utility to make sure I protect my client […]