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Slashdot Items Tagged "backup"

Date / TimeStory
Sunday November 03, 2013 @03:54PM Ask Slashdot: Simple Backups To a Neighbor?
Tuesday September 03, 2013 @12:12PM Prankster Calls NSA To Restore Deleted E-mail
Thursday July 25, 2013 @09:13AM Ask Slashdot: Asynchronous RAID-1 Free Software Backup For Laptops?
Monday April 01, 2013 @03:25AM Happy World Backup Day
Saturday March 23, 2013 @12:28PM Ask Slashdot: Simplifying Encryption and Backup?
Tuesday August 21, 2012 @10:35AM Amazon Wants To Replace Tape With Slow But Cheap Off-Site "Glacier" Storage
Thursday August 16, 2012 @01:12PM Ask Slashdot: Protecting Data From a Carrington Event?
Friday April 06, 2012 @11:29PM Data Safety In a Time of Natural Disasters
Saturday March 31, 2012 @11:43AM Ask Slashdot: It's World Backup Day; How Do You Back Up?
Monday March 26, 2012 @11:26AM Ask Slashdot: How Do You Manage Your Personal Data?
Wednesday November 02, 2011 @04:04PM Carbonite Privacy Breach Leads To Spam
Friday September 30, 2011 @04:51AM Ask Slashdot: Best Long-Term Video/Picture Storage?
Thursday July 14, 2011 @01:09PM Build Your Own Time Capsule Work-Alike For $200
Saturday April 16, 2011 @12:01PM Google Videos Going Offline; Time To Grab What You Want
Friday April 01, 2011 @07:55AM It's World Backup Day
Friday January 21, 2011 @09:27AM How Do You Store Your Personal Photos?
Sunday December 26, 2010 @02:25PM What's the Oldest File You Can Restore?
Saturday December 04, 2010 @07:39PM WikiLeaks Starts Mass Mirroring Effort
Friday June 11, 2010 @03:13AM Recent Sales Hint That Tape For Storage Is Far From Dead
Wednesday March 03, 2010 @06:35PM Privacy With a 4096 Bit RSA Key — Offline, On Paper
Thursday November 19, 2009 @04:59PM Synchronize Data Between Linux, OS X, and Windows?
Wednesday March 21, 2007 @04:15AM So You've Lost a $38 Billion File
Tuesday December 12, 2006 @06:32AM How To Choose Archival CD/DVD Media
Sunday September 03, 2006 @01:26PM It's 2006 and Backups For Home User Still Tricky?
Monday March 27, 2006 @05:20AM Amanda 2.5 Released

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