Online backup: the futuristic way of storing and managing your data

In a recent shocking revelation, the HMRC stated that they had lost the child benefit records of 25 million people. This included bank details of 7.25 million families when they sent unencrypted data through the regular postal service.

Such incidents of data loss are not new with numerous other incidents being reported from all over the UK. Data is very vulnerable and though compared to paper files and folders it is safe, it is still prone to loss. Data stored in usual storage devices like the pen drive (USB disks) or the hard drive can easily be stolen. Even when data is stored in a computer, a hacker can easily bypass the security and steal it.

In a recent study, it was found that many employees let their family or other co-workers operate their personal computers without their supervision, highlighting security concerns. This just goes to show how easily data security can be compromised.

Many factors can result in damage or harm to these storage devices, thereby rendering the data stored useless.

The purpose of storing data in such devices is to have a backup in case the original data is lost. However, if your backup itself is not secure, then what is the use?

This is where online backup comes into the picture. With online backup, you can upload all your data into an online vault which is then accessible only with the help of your unique username and password – safer than storing data in hard disks. Since this data is updated regularly, in case of a system crash, you can retrieve the last used file from the online backup and get started without any problems.

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