048 Creating a Backup Storage System - ProductivityCast

048 Creating a Backup Storage System – ProductivityCast

Today, so much of our lives are lived in the ever-flowing river of data that we produce, consume and discard. But, what if you lose that data? What if your data gets compromised by some bad actor on the Internet? Do you have a plan in place to backup that data? That’s the topic of today’s cast — creating a data backup storage system.

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In this Cast

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Francis Wade

Art Gelwicks

Show Notes | Creating a Backup Storage System

Resources we mention, including links to them will be provided here. Please listen to the episode for context.

Google Drive

iCloud

OneDrive

Evernote

OneNote

Dropbox

pCloud

iDrive

Google Docs

Google Backup and Sync

Time Machine

Duplicati

Phones and tablets (Android and iOS) – backed up using https://www.sync-droid.com.

Google Drive gets downloaded and converted to native MSFT files (using https://www.driveexport.com/) and then saved to an external HDD which is then backed up using Duplicati to the cloud; and for G Suite users, enable Google Vault and also see:

Raw Text Transcript | Creating a Backup Storage System

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