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Offline encephalon50

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Re: Data Storage
« Reply #15 on: March 07, 2017, 09:32:52 pm »
What about clouds? Has anybody tried that method?


I have thought about using a "cloud," but I worry that "it" might "blow away" in the big ol' cyber-sky...Really...I'm not sure I would trust them in the long run...but I know very little about them...?

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Re: Data Storage
« Reply #16 on: March 17, 2017, 01:42:31 pm »
External hard drives a cheap, small, and easy to use.  As long as you don't keep them plug in when not in use.  Store them in a fire proof chest or safe for extra protection. 

Hey to All!

As a method for storing/backing up data, i.e., JPGs, MPGs, MP3s, etc...What, if any, is the difference, quality wise, between a FLASH DRIVE and an EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE? e.g. longevity, does either allow for deterioration of the stored datea etc...
Any replies will be Very Much Appreciated. Best!  :thanks:

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Re: Data Storage
« Reply #17 on: March 17, 2017, 04:58:40 pm »
External hard drives a cheap, small, and easy to use.  As long as you don't keep them plug in when not in use.  Store them in a fire proof chest or safe for extra protection. 

Hey to All!

As a method for storing/backing up data, i.e., JPGs, MPGs, MP3s, etc...What, if any, is the difference, quality wise, between a FLASH DRIVE and an EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE? e.g. longevity, does either allow for deterioration of the stored datea etc...
Any replies will be Very Much Appreciated. Best!  :thanks:
That is a good idea.  I never have my external hard drive plugged in for a while.  Once it is backed up to that i turn it off.

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Re: Data Storage
« Reply #18 on: March 19, 2017, 02:50:17 am »
External hard drives a cheap, small, and easy to use.  As long as you don't keep them plug in when not in use.  Store them in a fire proof chest or safe for extra protection. 

Hey to All!

As a method for storing/backing up data, i.e., JPGs, MPGs, MP3s, etc...What, if any, is the difference, quality wise, between a FLASH DRIVE and an EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE? e.g. longevity, does either allow for deterioration of the stored datea etc...
Any replies will be Very Much Appreciated. Best!  :thanks:

Many Thanks, gwhh, for your idea!  :clap: K to you!

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Re: Data Storage
« Reply #19 on: March 23, 2017, 08:18:20 pm »
What about clouds? Has anybody tried that method?

icloud gives you 50 gigs of storage for just $0.99 a month.

And Google drive gives you 15G free.

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