Secure Backups in home and semi-professional environments

As many may know I do a lot of photography as a hobby. As I have just jump-started a photography blog, I posted the first part of a blog series on securely backing up digital negatives. As this is related to the stuff I post on VMdamentals.com, I’m mentioning it here.

The first part of the blog series focuses on different storage media you can use, and their cons and pros.

In part 2 (to be posted soon) I will be focusing on the actual implementation of a backup solution that is affordable and works for 99% of the home and semi-professional, even professional needs.

If you are just as passionate about photography as I am, you can visit my new blog at blog.xhd.nl.

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