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I have been using tape backup for years. Recently, I needed to recover a tape that was four years old. I have always used tape backups, but many people have advised that itâ€™s just not the right system anymore.
Does anyone have suggestions on how I can bring myself up to speed? My buddy suggested trying a web service so I could [spamming link to competitor deleted] my data? But other sites have recommended I use [spamming link to competitor deleted] or [spamming link to competitor deleted]. What do you all think about any of these choices?
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I had a computer guru inform me the other day that the most reliable backups are done with flash drives... they don't fade or become unreadable.
I picked up a 4GB flash drive the other day for $9.99 at Target.
Another hard drive or CD drive can eventually lose data.
I don't know how accurate this info is, but the techie that told me that is very good.
Syncback Pro will back up to flash drives
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