Why should you prefer online data backup to local data backup?

Today many of us use computers and have some vital data stored in our computers. This vital data can be anything from photos, documents, files, music or movies. Losing our valuable data by any means is a horrible nightmare that you would never want to go through. The data stored in our computer’s hard disk does not have full protection nor offer recovery of data.

The most common option that people use is local backup.

Local backup includes:

1. Internal hard drive
2. External hard drive
4. Local network backup
5. USB drives

These types of backup media are very handy and easy to use, but this is only a secondary backup solution.

There are many disadvantages to having this type of data backup. In case of a system or hard disk crash, your data will be completely lost. The data is also under threat in the event of theft or a fire.

The best option is online data backup. The data is stored offsite in a remote location on the online data backup company’s server. The data can be backed up automatically at a particular time. The online data backup system allows you to store unlimited data on the server. Your data is not affected in the event of a problem with your PC. The data stored on the company’s server is secure as it is stored in an encrypted form.

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