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Preventing data loss.

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Federico Marangi

on 18 October 2012

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Transcript of Preventing data loss.

Preventing Data Loss A presentation aboute Data Loss in the A Presentation about Preventing Data Loss Data loss happens through failures of storage, processing and other causes. This can be helped through saving once in a while, file backups or disaster recovery. Data loss could even happen by not finding your file, because you have all of your files all together. Even programs such as Dropbox could help this. Dropbox is a very useful program that uses cloud storage to share between family and friends, you can keep it in a dropbox file and if you lose the file, you can get it back through dropbox. The results: 20% of the class have not lost any data, 25% of the class lost their work once or twice, 30% of the class lost their work 3 or 4 times and a 25% of the class lost their work over 4 times. Data loss can happen through failures of storage, processing and many other causes. This can be helped through saving once in a while, file backups or disaster recovery. Data loss could also happen by losing your file in the whole mess of your computer. We surveyed the class on the amount of times they have lost data and these are the results: The End
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