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Paperless Security Guide

Introducing The Paperless Security Guide

Do you know what the most important part of going paperless is? It’s not choosing a good scanner. It’s not how you name your documents. It’s not even how you set up your folders. If you ask me, the most important part of going paperless is making sure that your documents are protected. All the […]

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1 It’s World Backup Day 2015

Did you know that today is World Backup Day? If you are going paperless you should be backing up every day of course, but if you haven’t started yet, now is a spectacular time to start. Check out the great infographic below that has everything you want to know about backups and more. If you’re […]

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2 Macdrifter On Synology Backup

I have been coveting a Synology NAS from afar for quite some time, but have not yet pulled the trigger on buying one. One thing I have wondered about is backups – I put all these important files on there, but how do I make sure I don’t lose them? Gabe over at Macdrifter has […]

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1 How To Backup Your Computer By Katie Floyd

No matter how much I annoy you guys, I am not going to shut up about the importance of backing up your documents when going paperless. It really is critical. Katie Floyd obviously agrees because she wrote a great blog post called Creating A Comprehensive Backup Strategy. In it she goes through everything you need […]

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1 Dropbox Cuts Pricing And Adds Great Sharing Features

Ever since Google Drive slashed their prices and Apple announced the upcoming iCloud Drive, it was pretty clear to me that Dropbox was going to need to adjust their pricing. The tiered model had become much more expensive than competitors. Today Dropbox announced their pricing changes, but they didn’t stop there – they announced some […]

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26 Thinking Of Switching To Backblaze

If you are going paperless, having an effective and preferably automated backup system is absolutely crucial. I also recommend having your data backed up to at least two places – one local, and one offsite. For years, I have used CrashPlan for my online backup, and have been reasonably happy with it. I haven’t experienced […]

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