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Data Backup in Windows 8

Windows 8 introduces a few new features for backing up your data, as well as some twists on the existing Windows data backup options.

11 / 10 / 2012 Patrick Leroy

Types of Backup Devices and Backup Solutions

When choosing media for your backup solution, there are four major options to choose from: external hard disk drives, USB flash drives, network drives and online storage services. Each one of these options has its own pros and cons in terms of price, features and ease of use.

11 / 07 / 2012 Andre Barton

Are Snapshots Backups?

When designing or implementing high availability systems and planning for business continuity, backing up data plays a large role.

11 / 03 / 2012 Patrick Leroy

Windows Backup and Restore: An Introduction

Backup and Restore is a program that was first included in Windows Vista. It can be found in the Control Panel, or by simply searching for it on the start menu.

10 / 17 / 2012 Andre Barton

What are backup sets?

A backup set is a group of files that are selected from a single resource (like a Microsoft Exchange dataset, for example) and joined together when a backup job is run.

10 / 11 / 2012 Andre Barton

System Restore vs. System Backup: What's the Difference?

A lot of users get confused when it comes to understanding what the Windows utility System Restore actually does.

10 / 02 / 2012 Andre Barton

Planning a Consistent Backup Policy

A business of any size should always be backing up their data. It sounds like an obvious statement, but you’d be surprised at how many do not. Your files need to be backed up regularly and, if possible, off-site.

09 / 27 / 2012 Andre Barton

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