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Backups are essential. If you don't want to lose years of photos, documents and settings, learn how to back up your data automatically. 1
Wondering if you should bother with using the Eject option before ripping out a USB drive? Here's why you should. 3
In your suite of automated backup processes, it's good to have one doomsday backup, should the ultimate failure occur.
Dropbox has made it easy to share files without giving anyone special access to your storage.
If you have old photos, videos or other files that are backed up on DVDs, you should check if they're still OK. 1
Sometimes it's best to buy an external hard drive by looking for the cheapest internal drive that you can buy. 2
If you really want to sleep easy, the ultimate backup solution includes backups for your backups.
A backup isn't really a backup if it doesn't actually work.
CNET editor Dong Ngo shows how you can replace your computer's hard drive with a solid-state drive and be significantly happier with your life. 2
Knock weeks off your backup process by getting your files in order.
The WD TV Live Hub is a definite step up from the previous models: it offers on-board storage, a fantastic interface and a host of connectivity.
Playing with the GoFlex Net started with us bridling at how limited the box was, and ended with us falling in love with its simplicity.
The DNS-343 is a four-drive NAS that merits an Editors' Choice award.
Apple Time Capsule's hybrid 802.11n wireless router/networked hard drive offers some powerful data backup features for Mac owners, as well as ...