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K-State data-storage options

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Faculty, staff, and researchers create and consume data on a daily basis. Keeping that information safe is vital, which requires good data storage to safely backup the information and to distribute data quickly when required.

K-State offers three data-storage options for storing and backing up your computer files. Each option has a unique combination of features so you can tailor your choices to your specific needs. These options are centrally supported and documented, and each is a secure mechanism for storing and retrieving your files. Continue reading “K-State data-storage options”

Faculty/staff: Keep your data safe with CrashPlan

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CrashPlan, an alternative to traditional computer backups, is available by subscription for faculty and staff.¬†CrashPlan will back up files on your workstation, laptop or desktop computer in a continuous, invisible, uninterrupted manner, and send you a periodic report of the status of your backup. CrashPlan encrypts your data, and then backs the data up to the cloud. Continue reading “Faculty/staff: Keep your data safe with CrashPlan”