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January 27, 2008

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D. Todd Smith

I have struggled with whether to sign up for an offsite backup service, and this kind of report is one of the reasons why I just can't get there. The chances of my laptop and an external hard drive both going down in flames seem pretty remote. I think I'll invest in a 750 gig external hard drive and be done with it.

Kay Brenner

I can understand the merits of saving locally but what about a disaster should this happen whether this is man-made or natural.

I can understand the apprehensions of making backups over the Internet - but the connection is completely encrypted and not something any hacker can crack

If do setup an account with an line backup service - make sure the user name and passwords are not obvious

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