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Acronis True Image 2014 review: Still powerful and feature-rich, now easier to use

Acronis True Image, one of the first drive partitioning and backup programs for PCs, remains one of the best. In the 2014 version, it also just got a lot friendlier.

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Introduction to backup

Rickaber asked the Utilities forum to explain the basics of backing up

EMC battles rogue backups, pushes storage convergence

With a new set of hardware and software releases, EMC is promising to simplify its customers' storage infrastructure by combining different types of operation into a single EMC system.

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Study: Management blocking IT projects due to rampant "fear"

As IT projects are killed left and right, 8 percent of the workforce insists that the photocopier is out to get them.

Don't forget to back up your PC before trying Windows 8.1

Tales of installation woes drive home the point: Back up your system before trying out Windows 8.1.

Review: Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery now handles RAID and Outlook

This capable, easy-to-use, and colorful data recovery program covers all media, including flash and optical. It wasn't perfect at flash recovery, though, and the advanced editions are costly.

Review: Easeus Todo Backup Free is the most comprehensive free backup

Though it spawns a lot of background services, Easeus Todo Backup Free is powerful and handles all the imaging and file backup chores most users will need.

With an SSD, backups are more important than ever

It's a lot harder to recover data from a dead solid-state drive, so plan accordingly.

How to build a bulletproof cloud backup system without spending a dime

The no-cost guide to backing up photos, documents, and more.

Review: R-Drive Image backs up anything

A svelte and super capable imaging program with very reliable performance.