Most of us don’t think there’ s anything to worry about as far as the safety of our data is concerned. But there’s rarely a more rude awakening than waking up one morning to find that all of our precious music collections, scanned family photos and other valuable information is now inaccessible. What’s even more depressing is that this never has to happen, because there are so many ways to back up your system. One popular way is to use a NAS drive, which connects to your computer via your home’s wireless network, but acts like an external hard drive.
Another solution is to open a cloud storage account. This is a very convenient way to back up files for many computer users, as it doesn’t require the purchase of media like CDs and external hard drives. Of course, you may have to pay for a subscription to a cloud service depending on the amount of storage you need. Cloud storage allows for backup computer drag and drop style, which is easy for users of every level. A flash drive may also offer an easy way to back up files, but it’s important to keep track of its location, being as it is such a small device.