During this time, perhaps more so than any point in recent history, individuals in all professions will work remotely. Whether in branch offices, home offices, or at kitchen tables, more people than ever find themselves in this situation. If you count yourself among them, you should take steps to protect and recover the data you create and store locally. While you may think you need backup software to get started, you may first take other steps to protect your data. These include leveraging overlooked operating system features, economical storage technologies, and the latest anti-virus software technologies. Used together, you may…
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