Basic backup application LazySave runs as a screensaver. It's a brilliant idea, but the implementation needs work.
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.
If you use Mozy to back up your files, you'll want to make a note of this minor glitch if the time comes to restore them.
Local backups are a good start, but if you want absolute protection for your priceless data, a secondary, cloud backup is essential. Here's why.
When off-site backups meet bandwidth caps.
If you want to know what IT tools and technologies you'll be using in a few years, it pays to keep an eye on startups that are focused on business tech.
When the cloud goes down, where is your data? Here's how to balance the benefits of the cloud with the security of knowing your data is still at home on your machine.
Small businesses don’t need to fear the cloud, but do need to take steps to be ready for potential cloud challenges.
Tyl604 asked the Answer Line forum what the Cobian Backup installation program means when it asks for a domain name and password
Don't let your Twitter musings fade into Internet oblivion. Free service TweetBackup automatically backs up your posts, then lets you export them for future reference.