Previously, we talked about setting up an effective backup routine to help prevent data loss in case of disaster. Backups are particularly important in times of uncertainty and rapid change, when your circumstances — even your hardware setup — need to be flexible.
Here are 4 more tips for keeping backups:
Disaster can strike at any time, whether it’s computer failure, fire, or human error. For anyone doing computer work that involves creating new data — whether your work is writing, business and finance, or programming — backing up your files is critical. Even losing a day’s worth of writing or artwork can be devastating.
Keeping safe backups of all of your original data is important.