Regardless of the interests that you have, it’s most likely that you have already accumulated huge amounts of data across the years. However you put it, these data is a big part of your life already. From your college papers, your business presentations, to your accounting and tax sheets, from your technical whitepapers to personnel performance reports, from your photos, to your scanned artwork and your music. You bring these along with you in your laptop, or maybe stash them on a home or office computer and feel secure that they’re all there safe and sound.
There has been significant advances in harddisk technology especially as far as their robustness and reliability are concerned. So, what’s there to worry about, right? Murphy’s Law. :)
Based on my own and others’ experience, these would just be some of the reasons why you would want to have a really good and reliable backup:
But who am I kidding right? Haha! :)
This new Garmin Edge 705 should make my attempt at losing the tummy more fun. But before that, angus burger and beer!