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Keep your data safe when you travel for the holidays

Hitting the road this holiday season? Before you do, follow these steps to make sure you don't find a data disaster if your computer falls prey to nature, theft, or bad luck while you're out and about.

Review: Dropmyemail backs up your email effortlessly

Dropmyemail is a simple cloud-based backup service for your emails and attachments. It's especially useful if you log on at different computers.

Review: Dr. Fone brings iPhone files back from the dead

Dr. Fone offers an easy, but pricey, way to use your PC to recover files accidentally deleted from your iPhone or iPad. Its results aren't perfect, though.

Pioneer BDR-2208

Pioneer 15x Blu-ray burner coming soon for under $100

The Pioneer BDR-2208 15x Blu-ray drive can be an effective tool for small businesses to backup and archive important data.

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Get unlimited free cloud storage, with a catch

Symform gives you a choice of what to pay for cloud acreage: bytes or bucks. If you choose bytes, your only cost is some unused drive space.

Iomega StorCenter ix2-dl Review: Network-Attached Storage Can Be Used for Video Surveillance, Too

This NAS packs a solid punch and has a slew of features, but is unimpressive at writing small data sets.

RecImg Manager Makes Windows Disk Imaging Easier

RecImg Manager leverages Windows 8's disk imaging abilities to create a neat, super-lightweight backup solution. Microsoft should take note.

Privacy Watch: Back Up Safely With SpiderOak

The SpiderOak secure online backup service protects you by encrypting your data with keys that only you know.

Top Cloud Services for Online Backup

Backing up your valuable files is a necessary chore, but cloud services such as Carbonite, CrashPlan, and Mozy can make the process fairly painless. We tried all three.

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NTI Echo Clones Hard Drives and Partitions

Easily copy your hard drive with straightforward single-task utility NTI Echo.