Perhaps I’m missing something.

June 17, 2008 at 8:21 am Leave a comment

Maybe our governments just need to do online storage for crucial information for their brains, and then maybe take it off, like some kind of hat.  After losing a few classified documents and weapons parts, that is.


To be quite a bit more serious, the online storage model actually dates from the very early days of computer intercommunication.  I can remember when 5 meg free was kind of a big deal (I don’t remember if it was before or after the common hard drives).  If you have a crash, even a hard disk crash–even a catastrophe such as a fire or flood–you have heavy chances of recovering most of your data.


And here’s step one.  On the serious side, after Symantec Support and that particular article, I will have to commend Norton 360, especially for the novice user and the one who won’t protect his or her data.  Online data tends to be much more invulnerable to things like viruses.  So it’s something to think about.


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