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How to backup your Gmail Email should disaster Strike
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How to backup your Gmail Email should disaster Strike

Hello again gentle reader! A few commentaries on my article Portable Email Clients for USB Drives makes Sending Email Safe and Mobile indicated to me that Mozilla Thunderbird can be used as a means of backing up one’s Email, specifically Gmail! That person commented, as it struck them as odd that I wrote about doing Backups in terms of Physical Media as explained in How to do Physical Backup using DVD and CD and a Listing of the best software Burning DVD and CD’s and software as per my other more famous article How to Backup you Data using the a List of the Best Free Backup Solutions, yet I never touched on the idea of doing a backup of Email. Good to point out that this does indeed exist and is a bit of an oversight. But then, that’s why write; I learn something new everyday! To thi...
How to do Physical Backup using DVD and CD and Best software
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How to do Physical Backup using DVD and CD and Best software

After that little experience of recovering my 4GB Kingston Thumb Drive labeled “STARFIRE” that decided to give me headache on Monday July 15th 2013 and keel over and die as regaled in my fanciful “How to recover Data from your Damaged Thumb Drive or ZIP Archive”, I had gotten a little concerned about the failure of my Backup *.zip Archive. That shouldn’t have happened…and I’m still investigating! So much so in fact, that after ridding myself of that little bauble and upgrading and gradually recovering my files using the ZIP File Recovery Tool (I’m STILL recovering some Blog Archive files that were de-coherent!! Bummer dude!) I penned an article on freeware to do a Professional Backup in How to Backup you Data using the A List of the Best Free Backup Solutions. Alas a slight oversight! I ...
How to Backup your Data using the a List of the Best Free Backup Solutions
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How to Backup your Data using the a List of the Best Free Backup Solutions

Backing up your PC and smartphone! A chore most people abhor but which is quite necessary to avoid losing all of your Data. Or, if you’ve decided to defect from the “in Crowd” of Blackberry users to the “smart crowd” of smartphone users as described in How to transfer Phone Contacts and Data from your Blackberry to your Apple iPhone or Google Android smartphone or Tablet. So what the best software out there to protect and preserve the Data from your “precious” in case the inevitable and unthinkable happens? First off the bat, if you’ve already read my article above, you’d realize there are indeed two (2) Backup methods: Physical Backup Cloud Backup The distinction lies in the location of your backup file, which is usually a Zipped Archive in either *.zip, *.rar or *.tar...
Digicel’s Cloud Backup Services – A deep Analysis
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Digicel’s Cloud Backup Services – A deep Analysis

Looks like that ChromeBook powered by Google Chrome OS smartbook I was planning to purchase this Christmas 2011 is definitely in my future after all!! The Cloud-based NC (Network Computer) made its debut on Tuesday December 7th 2010AD with chip maker Intel, and hardware makers Samsung and Acer. The previously codenamed Cr-48 Laptop, is to make its final polished podium presentation to the public culminating in a Midnight Sunday June 15th 2011AD debut in the US of A, as fellow blogger Kelroy heralded in his article “Chrome OS and Chromebook – Simplicity, Security and Speed”. So how can a Cloud-Based smartbook, as Google so affably calls their little protégé, be simmering in my crystal, ma cherie!? Because Digicel, the reputed “Bigger Better Network” (sorry, no ads!!) is banking on...