Carbonite Backs Up Computer Files

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Carbonite for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

My computer contains important and sentimental files – work related documents, emails with contracts, hundreds of photos and personal writings. I’ve had a desktop computer crash before and one time I accidentily deleted photos from my trip to Hawaii. My files were lost for good.

I’ve learned the hard way about the importance of computer backup. So now I do everything in my power to avoid frustration and tears. Using a program to backup your files is not only smart, it’s necessary, especially if you use your computer for work.


Carbonite Online Backup

Carbonite backs up your computer every time you are connected to the internet. It works in the background on both PCs and Macs and saves your files at a secure data center. Plus, you can access your files by using your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android or Blackberry Smartphone. So if you’re at a conference and realize you forgot your media kit, just borrow a laptop or use your smartphone to get exactly what you need.

Carbonite Back Up

The cost is only $59 per year with unlimited backup. That’s less than $5 per month. And you can try it out for free for 15 days without a credit card. Don’t be sorry like I was when I lost my precious information and photos. Give the free trial a try and get 2 months free with the code BLOGAD if you chose to purchase a year’s subscription.

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Connie Roberts

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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