In a nutshell, "the cloud" refers to our newfound ability to store, manage, and process data online rather than in hard drives and physical storage units. It's pretty great that now if we need to backup our data, we don't need to connect a clunky external hard drive to our machines and run a backup program.
Instead, now you can have your computer regularly back itself up to an online server, so you can access those files from wherever you are and from whatever computer you're using! As long as you have your credentials. That's one of the reasons we like Google Drive so much, it's very very easy to share your files across different machines. Your laptop at home, your work desktop, your phone, iPad - if you want to access your files, you can!
Backing up to the ambiguous "cloud" doesn't need to be a scary process.
We'll help you choose, install, setup, and configure the Cloud Backup solution of your choice. Our favorite option is Google Drive, but we also support other options including Microsoft's OneDrive, Drop Box, or iDrive. You can choose a free or paid version of any of these products and we'll do the rest
Backing up to the cloud is probably something you know that you should do, but you're not entirely sure what to do. There are many cloud computing options available now, you're worried you might not be tech-savvy enough to do it, it seems like a lot of work bla bla bla...
That's why we're here. We'll walk you through the process and make sure that your questions get answered. Backing up your data is the responsible thing to do, and using cloud computing to do it is the most seamless and stress-free way available.
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