What are the best programs to use in protecting client files?

Today we answer Becky’s question…what are the best programs to use in protecting client files?

Resources:
Mozy
Carbonite
Clutterdiet.com
AlphaWAHM Blueprint

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My name is Candy and I own OffAssist. I've been a VA since February 2002 and work full time with my husband at it. We have been very successful and I am always being asked for just 2 minutes of my time. This is my way of giving everyone... "just 2 minutes of my time". Enjoy and please ask away!

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2 Responses to What are the best programs to use in protecting client files?

  1. JustinR June 28, 2010 at 11:30 am #

    Dropbox seems to be really popular these days – it’s cross-platform too, which is nice if you’re doing backups from different types of computers. In addition to being useful for backups, it’s also nice for transferring files between systems, or just making certain files available to yourself (or select others, if you choose, on a per-file basis) from anywhere.

    Also, when you’re thinking about backups, don’t forget to back up your web content, both files and databases – you don’t want five years worth of blog posts to disappear in one big poof. (And remember, though they keep backups for their own use if something happens on their side, many hosting companies won’t restore from their backups if you have an issue.)
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  2. Elaine Pozos August 7, 2010 at 10:09 pm #

    I have used Mozy and it has saved me! My husband signed up for Mozy on a Monday and that Wednesday our hard drive crashed. We were able to retrieve all the data and it was a relatively painless restore process. I hope that helps someone.

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