New York Times: A Beginner’s Guide to Backing Up Photos
01 / 11 / 2018Return to Blog
Ami Vitale spoke to the New York Times about the importance of regular data backups and a digital asset management workflow in their story, “A Beginner’s Guide to Backing Up Photos.” She emphasizes the need for multiple backups, since hard drives can fail and cloud storage companies sometimes go under as well. Once you experience drive failure and loss of images, as Ami has in the past, you never want to make that mistake again!
For more information and advice on protecting your photos, read the full story here.
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