Carbonite Saved My iTunes Indoor Cycling Class Music
by John | Dec 17, 2009 | Music |
Watch as I recover my iTunes music and other data. Then cross one item off your 2010 resolutions list by signing up for a free trial of Carbonite here.
Host of the Indoor Cycle Instructor Podcast - the #1 Internet radio show for and about Spinning / Indoor Cycling Instructors and Cycling Studio owners.
John is a member on the AFS (Association of Fitness Studios) Advisory Council.
Holding certifications from; Schwinn, Heart Zones, Team ICG and Life Time Fitness, John's held regularly scheduled cycling classes between 1998 and 2015 when he moved to Florida.
When the weather permits, you'll find him riding and leading outdoor groups by himself or with his Tandem partner (wife) Amy.
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While off-site (network) backup might seem to be an interesting approach, this requires a) decent Internet connectivity and b) rather deep trust that the storage server/service provider is keeping your data save and untouchable … You have make your own decision, but I personally do NOT trust in the safety measures that these providers sell. Get a bit more into the network security discussions for “cloud computing” and make your own opinion …
An alternative that works without remote network storage services and provides similar functionality as Apple’s TimeMachine for Windows systems is “Genie Timeline” from Genie-Soft.
I appreciate your comments and agree that backing up to a remote hard drive can be an option for someone using a desktop computer. For those with a lap top there is that “need to remember” to plug it in.
It is interesting to note that 98% of my readers have high speed internet.
A google search of “is carbonite safe” or “is carbonite secure” shows no mention of any real concerns with the security of Carbonite. Quite the opposite, with rave reviews and very indepth discussions about how secure your data is with Carbonite.