Sep 24, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Backup Strategies with Jeff Lornezen (Please let me know your preference)
Jeff Lorenzen is President and CEO of Computer Superheroes, founded in 2001. Jeff has been taking apart things and putting them back together since he was old enough to hold a screw driver. He has been working with computers while still in high school in the early 80’s. When Jeff entered the workforce, he was the only one in the office that new anything about computers and was quickly put to task developing computer systems that replaced the pen and paper/typewriter approach to doing business. As Jeff pursued a career in Audio Engineering in Los Angeles, he was at the forefront of the conversion from analog audio recording to digital, helping musicians, television and movie studios convert to digital audio processing and editing. Jeff moved to Colorado with his family in 1999, where he became unimpressed by the lack of customer service in the IT service industry in Colorado. After being called a “superhero” by many of his customers, Jeff trademarked the name for his company. Computer Superheroes has more than 600 clients across the nation, largely acquired by word-of-mouth.
One day, you will be faced with data loss. It isn’t a matter of “if,” it’s a matter of “when.” Even if you never accidentally over-write or delete a file, hard drives can only spin at 7200 RPM for so long. Backup is a critical part of any computer implementation plan, no matter what you do with a computer. If you’re keeping original material on a computer, you need to have a copy of it somewhere. With the implementation of hundreds of cloud- or Internet-based backup services, there is confusion in the marketplace about what these services can provide and if they are safe and reputable. Come learn from an expert on data protection to find out how you can protect your data from simple and catastrophic loss.