Tag Archives: Time Machine
owc_radio_album_art OWC Radio #41 – An Interview...
OWC Radio host Tim Robertson has Joshua Edwards on the show this week after meeting him on the OWC Facebook page! Josh talks about his why he made the...

TimeMachine Backup Month: A Look At Time...
This April, the Rocket Yard will provide you with tips and hints on backing up all of your data — not only the information that’s on your desktop or laptop...

Hot Read: iMore Shows How to...
If you really want to make someone feel right at home when they’re at your place, we have two simple words for you: Wi-Fi access. But while sharing is...


timemachine_icon Data Doubler Usage Scenario: Backing Up...
Did you know? According to an online survey conducted by Harris Interactive Inc. among 2,021 U.S. adults ages 18 and older in June., only 10% of users backup their...

Cloud Backups – The Good, The...
We have talked a good deal over the past months about the importance of keeping regular backups of your files. Don’t lose your data; keep your pictures safe; be...

Keep An Extra Backup When Traveling Keep An Extra Backup When Traveling
There are many reasons that having a backup for your data is a great idea. But this shouldn’t just apply when you’re at home, school or the office. It’s...

time_machine_flux Speed Time Machine Past 88MPH Over...
As far as backup strategies go, Time Machine is a pretty good addition to your backup strategy. You get hourly backups, can go back and retrieve accidentally-deleted files and...


timemachine_icon Apple’s Time Machine Bug May Ignore...
We’ve talked about backing up your data quite extensively here on the OWC Blog. We’ve talked about different backup strategies. We’ve discussed mirrored RAID devices like the NewerTech Guardian...

OWC-Helmet Have Multiple Backups for Extra Protection
We talk a lot about backups on the OWC Blog, but that’s just because they’re so important. After all, your irreplaceable data is just that: irreplaceable. If you lose...

bounce Time Machine to the Rescue
Apple released an awesome backup feature called Time Machine back in 2007 when OS X 10.5 Leopard was introduced. Why? Essentially Apple spent the decade building awesome computers in...

globe-liontamer Mountain Lion. Seems cool to me.
From my quick assessment perusing popular online forums, Apple’s announcement last Thursday of the next version of OS X, Mountain Lion, has struck a nerve with some people among...