Backup Month: Backing Up Apple Mail
It’s still April, which means it is still Backup Month. Today we’re going to look at a backup strategy that might be important to you: backing up Apple Mail on macOS. A Bit of Background on Apple Mail Apple...

Backup Month: How to Fine-Tune iOS iCloud Backups
April is Backup Month, and though we often focus on Mac backups, it’s equally important to remember to keep your mobile devices backed up as well. In today’s post, we’ll look at the iOS iCloud Backup function and show...

Backup Month: Time Machine Local Snapshots
Most Mac users are aware of Time Machine, the backup utility that’s part of macOS. What you may not know is that you may be able to restore data that is lost or corrupted even if your Time Machine backup...

Backup Month: Don’t Forget To Back Up Your iOS Devices
During April, the Rocket Yard focuses on the importance of backups to an overall data security plan. Previously, we discussed how to use the Time Machine app built into OS X to easily and quickly begin backing up data on your Mac,...

Backup Month: Your iOS Devices Need Backups, Too!
While many Mac and PC users regularly back up their data on their desktops and laptops, a surprising number of people forget about backing up the rest of their digital lives. In this final installment of the OWC Blog...

Generic CLoud Backup icon Backup Month: A Look at Cloud Backup Services
This April, the Rocket Yard is providing you with tips and hints on backing up all of your data — not only the information that’s on your desktop or laptop machine, but your iPhone and iPad as well. In the first...

iCloud Logo Backup Month: Using Cloud Storage for Your Data
This April, the Rocket Yard is providing you with tips and hints on backing up all of your data — not only the information that’s on your desktop or laptop machine, but your iPhone and iPad as well. In the first...

Backup Month: Using the 3-2-1 Rule to Protect Your Data
Each year, March 31 is World Backup Day. On that day, outlets everywhere try to impress upon readers the importance of keeping backups of your data. Data loss is a serious problem, with most issues (44%) being caused by hardware or...