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Online Backup service a life saver.

For unknown reasons, my laptop stop working for me. I have no success after booting up and troubleshooting. So I decided to restore from factory default. I can re-install all the softwares I need for my daily routine tasks but what about my precious data (personal and projects)?

Thanks to Mozy online backup service. I download the Windows client, install this to my laptop and start restoring my project data. If I remember it correctly, I setup my personal Mozy beginning March of 2009. All files back to my workstation. This is a great service. I am currently using the personal version that provides free 2GB of data. This is more than enough to cover my project data that I constantly making updates. I don't have to worry about backup because Mozy do it for me automatically.

If you love the service and would like to backup your entire data for unlimited space, Get Mozy Unlimited.


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