Keeping Your New Year’s Resolution With Cloud Backup

Last month I urged you to take advantage of very inexpensive and easy-to-use cloud storage services and protect your precious personal data — digital photographs and more. Amazon Glacier seems to be the way to go, it’s just US$ 0.01 per gigabyte per month. As we discuss in Learning Tree’s Cloud Security Essentials course, you […]
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Catching Up At Year-End

Sometimes during the week between Christmas and New Year’s I spend some time doing those things that I should have done earlier in the year. I have a foot high stack of magazines to go through and a couple late reports to file. I also have a few things on my personal security agenda to […]
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My New Year’s Resolution: Use Cloud Backup

It’s the time of year to think about those plans for making the next year better — lose weight, quit smoking, learn some new skill. Here’s what I’m urging people to do: take advantage of very inexpensive and easy-to-use cloud storage services and make backup copies of your precious personal data. Digital photographs and movies, […]
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Backup to the Cloud

Certainly there are a number of online backup solutions that pre-date the cloud hype of recent years. In particular Carbonite, one of the most popular, has been around since 2005. One of the attractions of cloud computing, however, is the ability to just provision the resources you need and only pay for what you use. […]
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No News Might Be Bad News, Here’s How to Keep An Eye On Your Cloud Servers

Last week I told you how someone had a bad scare when they realized that a backup job had failed for almost a year, but they didn’t realize this because the error reports were not being relayed to a responsible person. Here’s how to fix this! In any Unix-family operating system, like the Linux systems […]
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