Tech tip of the week:
This week’s tech tip is geared toward small business owners. However, business or no business, if you have important data then please read on!
There is a saying in the tech support world – “if it isn’t backed up, it may as well not exist.” This is especially true for small businesses that cannot afford to lose any data.
As a small business owner, the number one thing you can do technologically is to make sure that all of your data is backed up on a secure cloud service.
Many people ask – “Which service should I use”?
Earlier this year, PC Magazine published an article titled, “The Best Cloud Storage and File-Sharing Services for 2022.”
Here is a link to the article where you can see the pros and cons of each cloud service provider rated by PC Magazine –
They rated Microsoft One Drive the best, followed by iDrive, Google Drive, and Dropbox.
The relatively low cost of using these backup services makes it an easy decision for any small business as an important tool for business continuity.
By the way, if you buy Microsoft Office 365 for about the price of a cup of Starbucks coffee every month, it comes with 1TB of cloud storage.