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In Honor Of World Backup Day On March 31, 2020
World Backup Day has been an ongoing event for the past few years and is a reminder that no matter who you are, what you do, where you work, how much, or how little data you have, it is extremely important to backup your data. Data loss costs companies billions of dollars per year in operating costs and profit, in which almost all companies never fully recover. Backing up to a USB drive, a secondary harddrive, or the cloud is important, and there are a variety of services out there to help you back up your most important data.
From lost data to full recovery, hundreds of thousands of manhours are spent. Corporate panic ensues and company and employee moral are at an all time low. Rather than celebrating a win, a profit, a surpluss of goodwill and fortune, the entire team is scrambling around, stressed, nervous, and fearful that this company is over because of the data loss. There is no greater scare for a company than losing data, or of course, having a certain President say something about you that could make or break you. Amazon and Google excused, of course.
Having a tech guy or a tech support team who know what they are doing is important. Training your entire staff to know what to do in case of an emergency, whether a single computer was infected with malware, or teaching them not to click on random links in emails, is very important for their knowledge. Teaching your crew to make backups, even on their own computers, is a smart step in educating your employees to know what to do in case of an emergency.
Having data backed up to multiple places is also a good idea. Store all of your data in a secure protected and trusted cloud, while also ensuring a copy is made to a harddrive or flash drive. Making a backup each and everyday and storing at least a week worth of data, that is — 7 copies — more if you have the hardware and storage space to store it is imperative. Even if the most recent copy becomes corrupted, it is far better to lose a day or two of data, than your entire existence data.
We hope that you make a backup and realize how important it is to store your data somewhere safe. Not only should you know how to backup your data, but you should understand the process of recovery as well. Practice once or twice and write down what you did so that you can make backups and restore them as well. If you do your backups just right, you won’t have anything to worry about at all. Recovery can be as quick as 10 minutes or less.
In honor of World Backup Day, NoteToServices is generously offering within one of its products, BinCDN, a flash drive in the cloud, the usage of 1 TB for $49 annually. This amounts to about $4 per month for 1 TB of storage space in the cloud! Normal price is $9.99 per month! This is a savings of $69.88 per year! This offer is only going to run for the month of March 2020. You will lock into your plan and keep it for a lifetime, as long as you remain subscribed. If you unsubscribe, you will lose the deal. We cannot recover a cancelled subscription or make any exceptions. This is a far better deal than you will ever find anywhere else. Not on Amazon. Not on Google. Not on Microsoft. Not from Apple. We are offering this as a generous limited lifetime subscription to you.
What exactly does 1 TB mean and what can it hold? This infographic from PC Ninja (image) reveals that 1 TB is about 17,000 hours of music. 1,000 hours of video or equivalent to watching videos for 40 days straight. 300,000+ photos, and 500 hours of movies. 1 TB (Terabyte) = 1000 GB (Gigabytes), 1 Million MB (Megabytes) or 1000 Million/1 billion KB (Kilobytes).
BinCDN offers affordable CDN storage with many features to help you understand traffic to your files, including analytics and supersonic speeds with yearly caching. You may upload photos, videos, PDFs, Powerpoints, Excel Spreadsheets, and more. Use the search to refine and filter your query. Uptime expectancy for BinCDN is 99.99%, with server locations in North America, and can be used for storage or as a CDN. BinCDN is mobile-friendly and can be accessed anywhere you can get to the Internet.
To take advantage of this amazing lifetime offer, available throughout the entire month of March, sign up for an account at BinCDN. Once you have signed up for an account and verified your email address, head over to the Settings option on the menu. Scroll down and select your plan. In this case, you will select: Special Offer March 2020 World National Day 1 TB for $49/year.
Select your plan and you will have access to upload what will feel like an unlimited amount of files. While we do cap you at 1 TB, you can sign up for multiple accounts using different email addresses. Don’t miss out on this one-in-a-lifetime opportunity for this unbeatable price. If we ever do it again, the price may be higher! So get this low price now!
Offer valid from March 2, 2020 until March 31, 2020.