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I am pretty sure everyone has experienced that sinking feeling. That pit-of-your-stomach feeling when your computer crashes and you realize that something important wasn’t backed up. Term paper, blog post, family photos, video of the kids, etc. One moment it is there, the next poof — gone.
Sure, you meant to backup your work. Maybe you even did backup your work — last month. But at the rate little ones grow, memories are made everyday. What if you lost a whole month? I would be crushed – crushed.
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Let me repeat my favorite part – automatically.
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This post is brought to you by Norton Online Backup, however, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Debra Hall says
no and last month i lost 3 years worth of pictures
Lennette Daniels says
I don’t have a backup and I really need one.
keely hostetter says
I think my husband has one set up but I don’t know for sure.
After my computer crashed at the end of 2010, and I lost all of our photos, email contacts, etc., I bought an external hard drive and I continuously back up my important files there. I do worry about something happening to both my computer and that drive though. It would be great to have an online backup source for peace of mind!
cassie polla says
Yes, and it’s another brand and is worthles!
I would LOVE some online backup!! The rule at our house is In case of Fire grab the kids and the portable hard drive! lol 🙂
My backup system is manual. I have a backup program, but I have to plug in an external drive and run the program.
Mary A says
Yes I have a back up service, but I would be happy to try this one too.
Victoria Carlson says
I have a external hard drive for backup but nothing online which I definitely need to get!
Michelle Castagne says
No…. need one. Lost two many important documents.
Nichol Tone says
no backup system
Susan Christy says
No, I don’t, but I know I need one!
tina reynolds says
i do not thanks for the chance
lalaine hagler says
yes I have an external hard drive
Desiree Dunbar says
I do not have any backup right now.
joseph gersch jr says
i do not have a back up
Lori Walker says
no, i don’t have a backup system in place
Lori Walker says
no i don’t ahve a backup system
David Carlson says
External Hard Drive…I need a better system, tho
Karen Gonyea says
I back up to DVD every once in awhile, but I am not diligent about it.
Sadly, no. I have some pictures backed up on photosharing sites, but not all of them.
Brittney House says
No, none at all