Despite the growing knowledge of both the cloud’s many advantages and the limited powers of Windows backup, many people still feel that there’s no rush to upgrade to the cloud just yet. They all live busy lives and simply don’t want the extra hassle of having to change their method of data storage.

Well that’s fair enough, isn’t it? Because who’s not busy these days?

Our lives seem to be moving at a hundred miles an hour, and when we do find a minute to ourselves, the last thing we tend to think about is the safety of our files—especially those people who already have a local backup system such as Windows backup.

But even though it does seem convenient, for now at least, to stick with Windows backup, it really is worth considering cloud storage as a better solution for data storage.

Sure, you could stick with your local backup system. But have you planned ahead? Have you thought about, for instance, what you would do if your hard drive were to crash, meaning bye-bye to your beloved music, videos and documents?

This is one of the key reasons why cloud storage should be taken seriously as a far superior means of backing up personal and business data. Not only does it back your data up to highly secure servers, it can offer recoveries from anywhere in the world at any time should a data tragedy strike. It’s also very affordable, user friendly, and automatically backs up your data so you don’t have to.

So don’t fall victim to data loss—bring cloud storage into your life today.

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