Backup is great, but offline is better!
We all know that having a backup of our data is essential. So why is it that when you’re posting something Longford, you use an online tool/platform that could easily not save/update or store your data correctly?!
Always be backing up!
When you buy a new hard drive, make sure you buy a second one so you can back up your data.
Keeping your Mac secured
There’s one feature on your Mac that doesn’t get talked about, and that’s FileVault. It’s a feature built into your Mac that can keep your Mac data secure and safe, in this video, I’ll explain how you can activate it.
Backing up explained
Many make the mistake of thinking that just having data on iCloud that it's 'backed up' but that's far from the truth. So I'll be going over the best ways to back up your data, so everything is safe and sound.
Once it's gone, it's gone
For the past few years, Apple has created smaller MacBooks; with that, the SSDs have also gotten smaller. But now the SSD, RAM and CPU are on one chip, so if your Mac dies, your data does too!
iCloud is not a backup
Many make the mistake of thinking that just using iCloud will save them from data loss. This is a huge mistake. iCloud is a syncing service and not a backup service.
All is not lost
Losing your Mac is hard, but losing your data is unimaginable. On Friday, My brand new MacBook Air M1 died on me and even though I was initially angry, frustrated and upset, I realised that my data was safe!
Talking about, backup again!
I may sound like a broken record about backing up your data, but it’s so important. So today I’ll bring you a sad story about a client’s data loss after they didn’t implement the advice I gave them three months ago.
If you lose your Mac, would you be worried?
Losing your MacBook is not fun, but you can replace it. It’s the data that’s more important and something you need to think about more. Here’s a story of one of my clients.