The 3-2-1 rule is a great general framework for backing up your data: Back up at least 3 total copies of your data. Ensure 2 of them are local but are on different media (e.g., external hard drives or SD cards). Keep 1 offsite, likely in a cloud-based backup service.
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Sharing files over Dropbox is easy and convenient. If you need to revoke access to select files from certain users after their duties have changed, navigate to that file from the mobile app. Then, select the vertical ellipsis to its right and click “Manage access.” You can update the permissions from there.
Once you’re signed into iCloud on a Mac, you can backup your local files to the cloud via an iCloud Drive setting. Just go to System Preferences -> Apple ID and click on the “Options” button next to iCloud Drive and enable the setting for “Desktop and Document Folders.” Doing so will make it so […]
Sensitive files from your Apple devices may be uploaded to your iCloud account without your knowledge. If your account gets hacked, that data can get stolen even if you deleted it off your device. Have more control over which items you store in the cloud and which ones you keep local by switching off Apples’ […]
iCloud is an optimal solution for storing photos, email messages, contacts, etc. As you back up more important information into the cloud, having a robust security system for your account becomes essential. One way to make your account more secure is by enabling two-step verification. This involves entering a unique verification code, which gets sent […]
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