Data Doubler Usage Scenario: Backing Up With Time Machine
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 data daily. That percentage remained unchanged from 2012. So why...

Speed Time Machine Past 88MPH Over Your Local Network.
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 can even restore your system from it. At both home...

Apple’s Time Machine Bug May Ignore Drives
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 MAXimus and how they can fit into your backup scheme....

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 the digital life concept of music, photos, and movies. Apple...

AirPort Apparently Not The Best Place For Time Machine
We’ve gotten a couple of emails from readers wondering how to get Time Machine to work with an AirPort. Well… theoretically, getting the DeLorean up to 88 miles per hour on a long stretch of tarmac would probably be...

Tech Tip: Using Calendar Time Zone Support
Do you travel a lot on the job or for pleasure? If so, pay attention to today’s Tech Tip because it can keep you from the embarrassment of showing up early or late for appointments when you are in...