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    • Differential Backup

      Differential Backup

      A differential backup is a backup of every file on a file system which has changed since the last full backup. The alternatives to a differential backup are incremental backup and full backup. A differential backup can be an optimal middle-ground between a full backup and an incremental backup. A differential backup is not as

    • Network Backup

      Network Backup

      Network backup is any backup system where the data to be backed up traverses the network to reach the backup media. Network backup typically requires a client-server software architecture. The backup server resides on a centralized server and the backup clients reside on every system to be backed up. Advanced network backup systems can manage

    • Incremental Backup

      Incremental Backup

      An incremental backup is a backup of every file on a file system which has changed since the last backup. The alternatives to an incremental backup are differential backup and full backup. An incremental backup is the fastest backup and requires the least storage space on the backup media. However, incremental backups also require the

    • Common Computer Backup Methods

      Common Computer Backup Methods

      It is a well-known fact that most computers are susceptible to hard drive crashes or virus attacks. Backing up information is a practical and necessary precaution to protect one's data from being lost forever. There are several realistic methods for backing up data. The best backup method for your data depends opon many factors, including:

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