Storage

Sandy on May 11th, 2012

These days cloud computing is a hot topic and big business. Until very recently I was a skeptic on the subject of storing my files somewhere out there… Some of the many questions that came to mind were: Is it safe? Is this going to cost me a lot of money? Will it start out […]

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According to the Wall Street Journal, Google is preparing to introduce a new cloud-based storage service called Google Drive, which is a potential rebrand of Google documents. Expectations are set for the Google Drive to rival the very popular cloud storage provider Dropbox,Inc. Google currently provides ample storage space of emails and attachments, but Google Drive will […]

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As reported in the UPI.com article today, a congressional subcommittee was informed that 59 boxes of records about people buried in Arlington National Cemetery have been discovered in an unsecured Virginia storage locker. The records contained the names and social security numbers of the deceased, but officials believe the security risk is low. The boxes […]

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Sandy on February 2nd, 2011

If you’re serious about researching your family history for yourself and for your descendants, sooner or later you’re going to think about storing your files in a safe place. I’ve been leery about offsite storage for several reasons and the decision to decide who, what, and when, should be taken very seriously. In the past […]

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