sshhhiK-sshhiK, Is not a good HD sound!

So a buddy of mine had his hard drive crash and he lost 65GB of music and videos saved over the last 4 years. It was pretty devastating. He lost everything. As I was perusing my RSS feeds this morning I came across KeepVault that allows users to backup 25GB free to a remote site.

"KeepVault is changing the way people think about data protection. No more swapping discs or remembering to run a program. Simply set it once and forget it! All you need is an internet connection and your data is automatically protected to a secure online storage location.

How it works
KeepVault continually scans the Windows "Documents and Settings" folder for all user accounts on your PC and looks for new or changed files. When unprotected files are found it copies these files automatically to a remote, secure, internet storage site."
- KeepVault

[via LifeHacker]

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