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Secure Your Family Pictures and Videos

Pictures and videos store important memories. Digital photography has made taking pictures and capturing memories very easy to do. Even smartphones are now capable of capturing high-resolution pictures and HD videos. Naturally, you need more storage space to hold all of your family pictures and videos.

The need for bigger data storage isn't the only issue with digital photos and videos; just like other computer files, these important, often highly personal digital files are prone to damages caused by disk failure or data corruption. To further protect your family pictures and videos, proper backups must be made.

The simplest way to back up family pictures and videos is by creating backup CDs or DVDs and storing them safely. The cost of burning your own backup DVDs is very low, but you will have to carefully label each DVD and archive family pictures properly so that accessing them later in the future is just as easy.

Flash drives and external hard drives may also be a solution to your backup needs. They are fairly affordable these days and can hold much more pictures and videos. Storing them is also much easier to do, but you still need to archive pictures and videos carefully for easy retrieval.

It is also possible to backup to cloud storage; this is the far more efficient and cost effective way of securing your important family pictures and videos. Cloud backup solution providers are offering plenty of cloud storage for you to use; some of them are even available for free!

To start using the cloud backup solution, all you need to do is sign up for an account. You can then install the proprietary software that will assist you with the process of making backups. Define folders or files that you want to backup to cloud and let the software do all the hard work for you.