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Infrascale SOS Online Backup

Data files reside on hard drives on local computers, local servers, or local network drives. If the hard drive fails, gets corrupted, damaged, or destroyed by viruses, data files may be lost and may not be recoverable. Therefore, it is highly recommended to have a routine data backup plan. Data files can be backed up to external storage media such as external hard drives, flash drives, or optical media (CD, DVD, Blue Ray disk).

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Microsoft Office 365

What is Office 365?

Office 365 refers to subscription plans that include access to Office applications and other office cloud productivity services that are enabled over the Internet as cloud services.

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Cloud Computing

You have been hearing talks about 'The Cloud' and wonder what it is or if you can also use it. Although the idea is relatively new commercially by many users and companies, it is really not that new. In fact, you've using the cloud in some ways. At minimum, 'The Cloud' is basically the internet.

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How to verify SOS Online Backup

If you are using the Infrascale SOS Online Backup service then you own the responsibility to make sure your data files are being backed up successfully and correctly. Click on this link for the document that can help you verify your backups.