Articles tagged: cloud storage
OneDrive can be used for many things, but one of the most valuable is ongoing online backup.
Uploading backup images sounds good until you do the math.
Backing up while on the road can be a challenge. I’ll review what’s practical and how to keep your data safe.
Cloud service providers often give us lots of storage we can use for cloud backup. How to use it safely, however, isn’t always obvious.
As security compromises seem to happen regularly, many ask, “Is using the cloud safe?” It’s as safe as you make it.
Cryptomator is a powerful tool to protect the data you store in the cloud.
OneDrive is a powerful tool, but thinking of it as a backup can take you down a dangerous path.
OneDrive is a surprisingly powerful service that many people overlook or don’t understand. I’ll review six ways you can leverage OneDrive.
There are several ways to deal with an overflowing Google Drive.
There are additional protections for your data if your machine becomes infected with a form of malware known as ransomware.
Follow these steps to avoid losing precious and irreplaceable memories.
All cloud data threats boil down to one of two things. I’ll review them and lay out what you need to do to keep your data is safe in the cloud.
Natural disasters remind us that our computers, among other things, are at risk. I’ll look at protecting your computer, and more importantly, your data.
Using OneDrive is up to you — but here’s why I absolutely recommend it.
Many online cloud storage providers encrypt your data — which means they can decrypt it themselves. BoxCryptor is a great solution to ensure that your online data remains private, regardless of how it’s stored.
It seems like every online service provider is now including some kind of online cloud storage as a perk. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed. I’ll look at my personal cloud storage landscape.