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May 27, 2008

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JR

After a backup, I take a USB drive home and put it in my safe. I then remove a USB drive from my safe and then take it with me the next time I go to work. While simple, it is effective for me, and most importantly for now, very cost effective. Of course, this method will not work for attorneys who live in their offices . . . .

briefer

I use Mozy.com. It uses a small resident application to compress and backup your data to their site. You can get 2GB for free, which is enough to backup my current critical documents, and my .pst file.

Brad
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Skadoit! offers affordable Online Backups
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Richard K.

I just installed Carbonite on my girlfriend’s computer–so far, so good. It doesn’t slow down the computer nearly as much as I predicted. I also found a site with reviews and a discount at: http://www.onlinebackuptopten.com/ for those who are interested.

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