[tabi] Re: BACKUP SOLUTIONS

  • From: governor staten <govsta@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 10 Jan 2010 15:54:34 -0500




it's just one laptop computer. for now, i'm using the built-in windows tool for backing up. it worked this time, though i had some issues with it earlier.


On 1/10/2010 2:21 PM, Allison and Chip Orange wrote:
let me ask around; also, there's a web site http://empowermentzone.com run
by a blind user, and he's got reems of material on various accessibility
issues, so you might search his site for backup and see what turns up.

how many pcs do you need to backup?  if it's more than one, then a drive
which plugs directly into your network becomes a very good solution; as it
can be set to automatically back them all up.  they usually come with 2 or
more bays, so you can even raid the disks together, and then just pop one
out of it's bay and take it off site for an instant secure backup.

if it's just your pc, almost all of the external usb drives come with some
backup solution; you'll just have to try it to see if it's accessible.

hth,

Chip


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Subject: [tabi] BACKUP SOLUTIONS

Hi list. Are there any accessible backup solutions that you guys use?
I'm looking at comodo backup. Doesn't seem accessible at all. I'd appreciate
any ideas you all will have.
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