In today’s interconnected world, having a backup can be essential for anyone who relies on computers.
Just when things seem to be going smoothly, anything can happen. Losing data can set people back a long way, and can be more destructive for some businesses.
That’s why it’s essential to have everything synched across a number of platforms. With today’s technology, that can be easily achieved.
From the cloud to handheld devices, synching has never been easier. As experts in laptop repair, we can help you make sure you have access to everything you need.
Laptops are often much more powerful than people think. Over recent years, manufacturing techniques and materials have made it possible to cram a lot into a small area.
The processing speeds and memory available on some laptops would once only have been hosted on large, static units. This makes laptops very valuable, in more ways than one.
Unfortunately, laptops are also vulnerable. Government ministers have a habit of leaving them on trains, for instance.
Their portability is one of their strengths, but can also be a weakness. Of course, it’s the humans who use them that are the real weakness, but we’re stuck with that.
The point is that very valuable data can be lost forever due to a moment’s distraction.
People also tend to put their laptops in some hazardous situations. Internet cafes are just one of the many places with wi-fi access.
This means putting a valuable piece of machinery next to liquids of various kinds, which is probably asking for trouble.
Again, one moment’s absent-mindedness can really ruin your day, or maybe even your livelihood.
Safe Cover for protection
With our experience in laptop repair, we know that having a cover is the only way to guard against mistakes.
With a backup image, your data, hard work and useful links are all safe and ready to go.
As long as the machines you use have the capacity, you should be able to carry on as normal. There’s no reason you need to be tied to the office, or even stuck at home.
Once you have a backup image established, you can also upgrade the actual systems you use.
For example, you may want to switch from Windows to Linux, or vice versa. Either of these two systems can also be hosted externally, which gives even more options than a laptop.
Alternatively, you may want your data and accounts kept strictly in-house. Some people still prefer this to the potential hazards of having web-based backup arrangements.
As long as everything is synched across all of your systems, the choice is really up to you.
Find Out More
To see how you could benefit from laptop repair and synched accounts, talk to us at RCTP.