If you back up your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, you’ll have a copy of your information to use in case your device is ever replaced, lost, or damaged. Choose a backup method Before you get started, learn the difference between making backups with iCloud and iTunes and choose the method that’s best for you. In case […]
With iOS 7.0 being available starting tomorrow, Wednesday September 18, now may be a good time to make sure you have backed up your iPhone/iPad. Here is a link to an article on CultofMac to show you how to either perform a manual backup or backup using iCloud (make sure you have turned iCloud on […]
In this AllThingsD article, the author notes that a lot of cloud services are not necessarily cheap in cost. The result is consumers are looking at “Personal cloud services” that are more affordable.
Yesterday at a press event in San Francisco, Dropbox, otherwise known to Steve Ballmer as that “fine little startup“, showed a new set of features for their users. A Dropbox representative at the press conference noted that Drobox is “…moving away from a file-system centric view to a more content-focused view,”
In today’s world of fast and portable mobile devices, which allow us to work away from the office, we can see an increasing risk of losing these expensive devices, and with them, our data. The possibility of losing a mobile device is a reality that all of us must deal with, since these can break […]
This week’s Tip of the Week will show you how to use Windows Backup to back up your data in a Windows 7 environment. Read the full Tip of the Week!