Five Best Offline Backup Tools

by Larry Emmott on April 16, 2010

in Security

HT Lorne Lavine. The article also makes this point. By definition, in order for something to be backed up there must be more than one copy of it. If you copy data to a remote drive and then erase the original you do not have a back up you just have a remote copy. If the remote copy is lost or damaged the data is gone. Back up = two copies (at least).

Check out these five popular tools for making safe and sound local backups.

via Five Best Offline Backup Tools – Backup – Lifehacker.

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