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How to Back Up Your PC

These days, more and more people are using computers to store memories, important documents, and various other bits of information that may need to be kept for long periods of time. Backing up a PC is essential for keeping long term (or even short term) documents around.

Whether you accidentally delete a file or lose a bunch of your data to a hard drive crash, regularly backing up your PC is always a good idea.…

Data Backup Glossary (Letter O)

Object-based storage device Data Backup Glossary (Letter O)An object-based storage device (OSD) is a device that implements the standard in which data is organized and accessed as objects, where object means an ordered set of bytes (within the OSD) that is associated with a unique identifier. Objects are allocated and placed on the media by the OSD logical unit.…

Data Backup Glossary (Letter M)

Magnetic drum A direct-access, or random-access, storage device. A magnetic drum, also referred to as drum, is a metal cylinder coated with magnetic iron-oxide material on which data and programs can be stored. Magnetic drums were once used as a primary storage device but have since been implemented as auxiliary storage devices.…

Data Backup Glossary (Letter B)

Data Backup Glossary (Letter B)Back up(v) To make a copy of data so that the additional copy may be used to restore the original in case of data loss.

Backup(n) A collection of data stored on (usually remote) non-volatile storage media for purposes of recovery in case the original copy of data is lost or becomes inaccessible; also called a backup copy.…