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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of the Dropbox Authentication Error

Businesses need to review cloud permissions and policies in light of online file storage security mishap.

Backup to Another PC

WNCDude asked the Networking forum about backing up one computer to another over a local network

CrashPlan (64-bit version)

This online backup service is super-friendly and also offers local and peer-to-peer backup.

CrashPlan (32-bit version)

This online backup service is super-friendly and also offers local and peer-to-peer backup.

Back Up Practically Everywhere With CrashPlan

CrashPlan is a do-it-all backup solution for backing up locally, on the cloud, or at a friend's house.

Carbonite Launches Flat-rate Online Backup for Small Business

Carbonite's small business solutions charge a flat rate of $229 per year for 250GB of storage.

Backup on the Road

Matt travels on business a lot. He asked the Answer Line forum for suggestions on backing up his data while on the road.

D_back Backs Up PC Files When a USB Drive Is Inserted

D_back offers unusual and useful features and works well, though not always intuitively.

Screensaver LazySave Backs Up While Your PC Is Idle

Basic backup application LazySave runs as a screensaver. It's a brilliant idea, but the implementation needs work.

Day 25: Don't Lose Your Google Docs Data

You need to take some precautions to make sure you still have access to your data even if Google Docs is unavailable or a crash wipes out your data.