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Backup your photographs
Ilse Jurriën : February 9th 2006 - 19:15 CET
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CarboniteBack-up your photographs : The first items people attempt to save in a fire are family photos and artwork; yet in the new age of digital photography, few people have backed up family photos on their computers off-site where they won’t be destroyed in a fire. According to David Parker, CEO of www.digitalcamera-HQ.com, a leading consumer digital camera review site, "We are at a point where taking a picture on a digital camera is child’s play, yet backing up that photo seems to take a person with an advanced degree in computer science. Present networking solutions, home back-up external hard drives and manual archiving on CDs are all complicated and time consuming."
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"Any manual backup process is a pain, and people just put it off until it’s too late," adds David Friend, CEO of Carbonite, a service that automatically backs up photos on a remote server. "During the hurricanes and floods of the past year, thousands of people lost all information on their computers - but the real tragedy was the widespread loss of irreplaceable family photos. We made a commitment to making photo backup completely automatic and very inexpensive so that our users would never have this happen to them" he said. "Since Carbonite is so easy to use, completely automatic and very inexpensive, we call it “Backup for Everyone."

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Carbonite is the only company that provides unlimited, automated photo backup over the Internet for only a few dollars per month. Users simply “set and forget” PhotoBackup and all of their photos will be continually, automatically backed up to Carbonite’s secure server. In addition to PhotoBackup, Carbonite will soon be offering a service that backs up all information on your PC.

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