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Time Tested Data Loss Prevention Methods

Author : Jessica Moorhill

One of the oldest and most reliable solutions to data loss known to mankind, is backup. Solid, foolproof backup can guarantee 100% data recovery.
Now, to backup files, you need to know something about the concept. Starting off, there are many different types of backup depending on size, finance and portability. Here's how it's divided,
Most often than not, we need backup for large files like PhotoShop projects, college notes etc. Even documents for your company can run into Gigabytes. So, keeping portable hard disk drives or a set of DVD's in not a bad option. Companies also use RAID servers to manage their data.
Can you afford it? Hard disk drives can cost upto $300, depending upon the size you choose, and one may still not be enough. For eg, for an average college-goer who downloads movies as a passion, $300 would be too big a sum to shell out just to provide backup for his movies. What you can do here is, buy a DVD Case and some blank DVD's. Keep backing up data as you go! This can prove economical and better in the sense that there are no space restrictions.
For people who are constantly on the move, maintaining loads of DVD cases might be harder than to carry around a hard disk drive. But, then again he hard disk drives have their issues, being delicate and easier to succumb to damage. A valuable piece of hardware to use here would be the USB flash drive. Limited in its storage capacity, but very reliable.
After you've decided on your choice of hardware for backing up, be sure that you update it regularly and keep only necessary files in it and remember to keep it in a safe place so that you can recover your data easily if your main hard disk drive crashes.

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