What do you do with all those old but important documents? Do you just leave them cluttering up storage, or have you archived them? Here’s how to archive properly.
What happens if you can’t access your Mac or its local backups? That’s what offsite backups cover – and you need them however small your system might be.
Making backups of carefully-selected active folders ever hour using ChronoSync, and with Time Machine.
Implementing a more efficient backup strategy than simply turning Time Machine on and hoping.
Do you have VMs or other large files, and use Time Machine for backups? Here’s how to make those backups quicker and more compact.
Changing to an SSD RAID system forced me to rethink what I needed to back up and when, rather than just leaving to Time Machine.
How can you tell what causing a backup to run so slowly? If it is this bug, what can you do about it? A plain user’s guide.
Time Machine seems to be the only backup system which also backs up the Versioning database on each volume. Is that useful though?
When making a first full backup of less than 2 GB takes 86 minutes, and you then can’t restore from it anyway.
Here’s what happens when a Time Machine backup, normally the first, slows to the point where it’s just never going to finish.