From business files to personal photos, and from vital financial spreadsheets to a completed college thesis yet to be handed in; what if your computer experienced an error and you suddenly found that all these incredibly important files could not be recovered? Data Memory Systems, a leading provider of computer memory solutions (http://www.datamemorysystems.com/category-storage/) for a great range of brands and device types, is urging everyone who uses a computer to back up their system regularly to avoid all of their most precious data being lost due to an unpredictable error.
Research has found that just 7% of people back up on a daily basis, with just over one quarter backing up at least once a month; these figures show that a staggering number of people are not backing up regularly, despite the fact that many use their computers every day, creating new data and adding to their files.
External hard drives are the perfect solution for backing up a computer full of important files. Simply plug them into a device, whether it is a PC or an Apple device, and follow the steps to back up the contents of a computer onto the drive. If you ever need to back up your hard drive, or even just restore a single corrupt file, this can be easily accomplished with a few simple clicks.
Backing up can also take place on a much smaller scale; if you simply want to ensure that a folder of treasured photos or your favourite music doesn’t go missing, you can transfer them to a flash memory device (http://www.datamemorysystems.com/flash-memory-cards/) quickly and easily, to ensure that you will always have two copies of the files kept separate. You can also use these devices to quickly transport data from one computer to another; if you have a laptop and a desktop, you can transfer files between the two to ensure that both have backups of the other device’s data, if necessary.
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