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Backups are indispensable. A failure of your primary storage could cause you to lose irreplaceable personal photos, creative works or vital business documents. For developers in particular, data loss could mean the destruction of months or years of work! Even if you have all your data stored with a cloud service like GitHub, Google Drive or Dropbox, there is no guarantee you will have access to these files when you need them the most.
In this Coffee Break Course, Envato Tuts+ instructor Markus Mühlberger will show you how you can use CloudBerry Backup for Mac OS to create low-cost and automated backup workflows. You'll learn about some of the features supported by CloudBerry Backup, like using multiple cloud providers, scheduled and incremental backup, compression, and encryption. You'll also get a preview of some of the upcoming features that are set to make CloudBerry Backup even more powerful.
1.Back Up Your Data With CloudBerry Backup for Mac OS2 lessons, 08:33
1. Back Up Your Data With CloudBerry Backup for Mac OS
[MUSIC] Even if you practically live in the Cloud, it probably isn't a good idea to trust that your data is stored there securely and accessible no matter what. You should keep backups. Hi, I'm Markus Muhlberger and welcome to this Coffee Break Course, Back Up Your Data With CloudBerry Backup for Mac OS. In this course, you will learn how to use CloudBerry Backup to create multiple automatic backups locally and to Amazon S3. And how to restore your data when you need to.