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What's the best way to back up my digital information?

In writing or speaking, redundancy is typically not recommended unless you're really trying to drive a point home. When it comes to your digital life, however, redundancy is not only recommended, it's critical.

Redundancy is the term used to refer to data backups. If you have digital assets that you don't want to risk losing forever--including photos, videos, original recordings, financial documents, and other materials--you'll want to be sure to back them up regularly. And it's not just materials on your personal computer, but your mobile devices as well. Depending on how much you use your devices, you may want to back them up as frequently as every few days.

A good rule to follow is the 3-2-1 rule. This rule helps reduce the risk that any one event--such as a fire, theft, or hack--will destroy or compromise both your primary data and all your backups.

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Pizza Rolls Groundbreaking Town of Wheatfield, NY

Pizza Rolls Groundbreaking Town of Wheatfield, NY

Wheatfield, NY: (Via Release)  This week a well-known Niagara County,  Western New York Brand, Original Pizza Logs have managed to take a place along side with regional staples of chicken wings and beef on weck will now be moving to the county operated Vantage Point Industrial Park. 

“Original Pizza Logs breaks ground for its new Wheatfield facility Tuesday, May 3, at 10 a.m. That marks the latest chapter in the story of a company that started making its products by hand in the back of a Niagara Falls convenience store more than a quarter-century ago.” States Deemer via release

Jason Cordova, the owner of Finger Food Products, Inc., the maker of Original Pizza Logs, states as per Deemer.

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BREAKING: Nikita Kuzmin, Creator Of The Gozi Virus, Sentenced In Manhattan Federal Court

BREAKING: Nikita Kuzmin, Creator Of The Gozi Virus, Sentenced In Manhattan Federal Court
Gozi Was Used to Empty Bank Accounts Across the United States and Europe

Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced today that NIKITA KUZMIN, the creator of “Gozi” malware, was sentenced in Manhattan federal court to time served (37 months).