No More Excuses for not backing up! Mozy Remote Backup

I’m reading an article in PC Magazine June 6, 2006 edition, that makes me pause.  Think your portable external hard drive backups will save you if your computer crashes?  But what happens if a disaster wipes out your entire ofice?  Better move duplicates of your critical data over the Internet to remote servers.  One of the big excuses for not backing up to an off-site storage location is "it’s too expensive," followed by a close second, "it’s too much of a pain."  Now both of those excuses are gone with Mozy Remote Backup, which offers 2GB of secure off-site storage for FREE. You’ll pay more for additional storage, but you really only need to save your mission-critical data and important files with these services.  I backup my QuickBooks, ACT, training courseware, and book files each week.  Mozy won the PC Magazine Editor’s Choice award, so you should feel comfortable in selecting the service.  Tell it what files to protect and run your backup.  It saves all new and changed files and keeps previous versions for 30 days in case a file gets corrupted. go.pcmag.com/mozyremote16

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