A second copy of your work should something go wrong with the hardware upon which your files are stored. The Computer Centre backs-up all the work on the file servers every night, so you do not have to worry about this, it is done for you. Return
Backing up information refers to creating copies of files which are stored in a safe place. It automatically safeguards your phonebook contents against phone loss, damage or theft, while eliminating the need to manually transfer contacts when you replace or upgrade a phone.
Duplicates of computer-based information, either on tape or as floppy disks, in case the original is damaged and unusable, or stolen.
Important procedure of saving data on a separate data storage device to prevent complete data loss in case of unexpected failure of main storage system. Daily back-up is highly recommended for active computer users.
A duplicate copy of computer data, stored separately for security purposes.
A second copy of data on a diskette or other medium, ensuring recovery from loss or destruction of the original media. On-site or remote equipment available to complete an operation in the event of primary equipment failure.
A stored duplicate copy of disk information.
a copy of the data and certain programs on your computer
Copy of a disk or file made for safekeeping, or the creation of the duplicate disk or file.
A back-up of a neighborhood. This is actually just a copy of another neighborhood, but it cannot be played with The Sims.
Keeping a safe copy of information on your computer that could be lost or damaged due to human error, hardware or software failure, data corruption, theft, sabotage or natural disaster.
The act of storing a replica of electronic data on a removable storage device.
Temporary archive copies of parts of your work. Often saved onto floppy disks or on a zip drive.
The essential job of saving and storing data on a tape or other storage device, such as a CD-ROM, outside your computer hard disk or computer network.
IT Services recommend that students/staff make a second copy of their work should something go wrong with the hardware upon which files are stored, or the file on which important work is stored, is corrupted
The practice of making an up-to-date duplicate copy of data files in case the original file is lost or damaged.
a copy of a file which is kept for use if the original is corrupted or lost.
A copy of a program or data file for the purposes of protecting against loss if the original data becomes unavailable.
A copy of a file or database, to be used if reconstruction is necessary.