World Backup Day Highlights Need for Automatic Backup
With the third anniversary of World Backup Day (www.worldbackupday.com) upon us, we want to echo the following statement from the World Backup Day website:
What is backing up? Basically, it's making copies of all the important information that you have to ensure that it won't ever be lost or damaged. It's not as hard as it sounds - in fact, it's really simple!
Keep in mind that what might otherwise ruin your day or even consume a full week as you painstakingly rebuild your computer after a hard drive failure is circumvented with Rebit. It’s simple, really. Ridiculously simple.
Ask our fans Norma and Tony Leone from Auburn, NY. In their article titled “Backing files up now prevents headaches later” they state “…we recommend doing a complete computer backup in addition to or instead of simply backing up data and media files. This type of backup creates a mirror image of your hard drive so that if you have a hard drive failure, you can reconstitute your computer to the way it was before the failure.” Automatic backup that combines both copies files and keeps a mirror image of the computer hard drive is their recommendation, and we agree.
Now, you may already be a fan of backing up. And we applaud your foresight and your responsible preparation for what could happen. But, what about your colleagues or your friends? Please, spread the word about World Backup Day and how valuable automatic backup can be.