time-machine-problems-hero.jpgRedundancy is a hugely important part of a good backup regime. You never want a single point of failure, a lynchpin that can bring down the whole system. By incorporating multiple hard drives into your routine, you’ll be able to preserve your data across multiple drives. In the event of a disk crash, you’re protected by two concurrent backups rather than one. Using multiple drives for Time Machine is a great way to ensure you don’t need to worry about your data’s safety. Use Multiple Drives for Time Machine The process is essentially the same whether you’re adding a new disk to an existing… Read more

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