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January 16, 2012
What Would Happen To Your Business If You Lost All Of Your Online Data
By John Jantsch
I know you're backing up your hard drive and network data, right? You use Dropbox, Carbonite, MOZY, AmazonS3, or JustCloud. Or maybe you're a Mac Time Machine junky. Either way, here's hoping beyond hope you're doing this regularly.

Of course, now that so many of us are moving stuff to the cloud, we've got an increasingly perplexing new issue.

How do we back up all that stuff that sits on someone else's sever?

Do you remember a while back when a whole bunch of Gmail users woke up and found their email files wiped out? We can argue whether or not that's a good thing, but I'm guessing there were some really important emails that went missing.

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