NextAdvisor Blog - Online Backup Services

3 Tips to Make Your Phone Less Hackable

Can you take steps to make your phone less hackable if it falls into the wrong hands? Follow these tips to protect your data.
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Ransomware is Evolving: What You Need to Know

Hacking methods develop as technology does, which is why it's no surprise that ransomware is evolving. Find out how you can protect yourself.
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4 Digital Subscriptions That Make Perfect Last-Minute Gifts

If you're a last-minute shopper, chances are you're on the hunt for some last-minute gifts. These digital subscriptions are thoughtful and fun gift ideas.
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3 Online Backup Services for Your Genealogy Documents

Online backup services aren't just for school or work projects. We detail 3 services you can use for your genealogy documents.
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5 Tips for Safely Backing Up a New Smartphone

Excited about your new smartphone? Learn how you can successfully backup and maintain all of the important data your device.
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What Can You Do if You Become a Ransomware Victim?

Becoming a ransomware victim is a scary situation. Read about the potential options you may have to remove the ransomware and save your files.
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Back-to-School Tech Guide: 4 Services to Help Make Your 2016 a Success

Heading back to school doesn't have to be a drag. In fact, with the help of these online tech services your 2016 can be the best school year yet.
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Online Backup vs. Cloud Storage Services: Which Do You Need?

Most don't know the difference between online backup and cloud storage services, but getting familiar with each can help guide you toward the right choice.
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Carbonite Resets All Users’ Passwords: What This Means for You

Although Carbonite wasn't breached, the online backup service required all of its users to change their passwords. Find out what triggered this request.
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How Your Online Backup Service Can Protect You From Ransomware and Hackers

Online backup services can be a great weapon against cybercriminals, but how can you be sure yours can protect you from ransomware and hackers?
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