Difference between Offline Backup and Online Backup

Backup can be defined as an extra copy of the data kept in some safer location, which can be used as a substitution when you lose your original data. A backup can be broadly classified into two types: Offline backup Online backup Offline Backup: When talking about offline backup, it is the first and the traditional way of taking backup into a physical piece of hardware such as external hard disk, pen drive, memory card and many more. This backup process can be accomplished very easily and quickly. But, the data within these devices can be unsafe due to many

Best Ways to Backup Data

Nowadays computer consumers use various electronic gadgets to access and store their valuable data, such as systems, laptops, Smartphone, etc or create BKF (Backup File) on their system. You may store data on these gadgets such as family photos, documents, videos, pictures or anything else. However, all these data is very important for you but losing these data due to any reason will hurt you lot. Hence, it is best to backup your essential data to other storage device. List of ways to backup data Manually backing up data: You can backup your essential data from your system hard disk

Imaging vs. Backup software

Imaging and Backup may sound same but in real they are different. There are a lot of differences between imaging data and data backup. Imaging is the secondary storage of the needed data on a single roof. All the data will be bound in a single file format such as an ISO, DAA disk image file types. There is several images backup software available in the internet market for free as well as a paid one.  At the same time data backup refers to the secondary data of the needed one which are stored as it is. For example if

Remove virus from pen drive without losing data

We generally use pen drives in our daily life as a temporary storage device and to transfer data between the systems. But, pen drives are easily susceptible to virus infection when compared to other storage devices as they can be extensively used on any computer easily. They can be easily plugged in and out to any system this is the main reason for virus infection on these pen drives. This would lead to data corruption; in turn leading to loss of your vital files on these pen drives. I believe most of you might have come across such situations and

Do’s & Don’ts with storage devices

Storage devices such as pen drives, hard drives, memory cards, flash drives, external hard disk, etc. play an important role in storing and portability of data. Majorly, we use a storage device to store our personal and official data such as videos, music files, office documents, pictures etc. However, storage devices are sensitive and critical device, which could easily damage and get corrupt. Finally, this makes you lose vital data from these devices. In order to keep our safe and secure, we need to care of storage device. Here are some do’s and don’t with storage device are mentioned below. Just

Procedure to Backup and Restore Outlook Manually

Microsoft Outlook is an email client application comes standard with MS Office suite. MS Outlook is been used to manage personal information as well as to keep in touch with other people through emails. With the help of MS Outlook, you can send and receive emails to and from anyone who as an email account. Apart from this, it stores other information also such as contacts, tasks, notes, RSS feeds, calendar items, journals, etc. However, MS Outlook is highly prone to corruption due to various things such as virus attacks, application error, etc. and finally ends up with data loss

Know how data gets corrupted on a camera memory card

Removable flash media such as memory cards offer easy way of storing huge data on a small medium. These are also used in your digital cameras to store your pictures and videos captured on your digital cameras.  Moreover, they can be easily connected on any camera. Unfortunately, this ease of use might overshadow their tendency to get corrupted easily, which can destroy and corrupt your data present on these camera memory cards. This could be a result of your mistake or sometimes unknowingly. Confused? Read further, you will understand better… There are many reasons in which your memory card or

Do’s & Don’ts to protect your data

Data becomes most vital aspect for most of us. Whether it’s your personal data like pictures, songs, videos etc. or business related data like Word documents, Excel sheets, important Presentations etc. every bit of it becomes priceless. Do you think your data is safe on your drive; it can be pen drive, external HDD, hard drive or any other storage device? If you say yes, you are wrong!! Data loss can strike at any time. It can be the result of a severe disaster, such as hard drive crash or formatting or virus infection etc. your entire data that’s vital

How to avoid USB stick data loss?

USB stick is one of smallest storage device that can store data in huge amount and it is comfortable in portability. Majorly, many users use USB stick to transfer data from one system to other or to preserve backup of important data. As storing resumes, portfolio, photos, documents or whatever, on a USB stick and bringing it to printer shop to take printout of them and finding that no data in it.  Do not let it to happen to you. Go through below mentioned measures to preserve USB stick data intact. Always eject USB sticks using “Safe Remove” option only

Do’s & Don’ts after Data Loss

What will you do Right after a Data Loss Incident? You just have to face it! The disaster has already happened and all your important documents, pictures or media collection seem to be gone. With this data loss incident, you will be distressed and worried about what to do next. When people face such situations, they tend to create blunder by performing stupid activities like restoring the systems etc. are you aware that these activities would lead to permanent loss of all those lost data. So, what should one do after losing the data? To know the details just read