Planning for the worst-data backup for homes and businesses.

Disaster planning and data backup is discussed by Code Blue Computing.
Oct. 22, 2010 - PRLog -- Americans are well known for being optimistic.  We never want to plan for the worst.  Whether it be life insurance, health insurance, retirement savings, or performing backups on your computer.

We should all be running daily backups for all of our computers whether they be home or business related.  On top of that, this backup should be stored somewhere offsite.  This is called disaster planning.  If the worst occurs, a fire, a tornado, a flood your data will not be lost.
“I am too busy.”

“I don’t have time.”

“I will do it tomorrow.”

“How often do natural disasters really occur?”

We hear it all the time.  Please do not take your chances with your important data.  Ask yourself, can I really stand to lose our baby pictures, or everything related to my business.  Put in those terms of course your answer would be a resounding “No!”.  

You do not have to backup the data yourself.  You can set up a system run backup that downloads to an off-site location.  No muss, no fuss and you are done.  

If you have any questions or need any help putting together a disaster plan or setting up automatic data backups on your computer you can call Code Blue Computing at 720-746-9763 or consult their website at

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Code Blue Computing is a full service computer consulting firm based out of Westminster, Colorado. They specialize in computer and laptop repair, virus and spyware removal, wireless networking, and data backup and recovery. They specialize in both small businesses and home users.

Their service areas include: Arvada, Westminster, Thornton, Northglenn, Broomfield, Erie, Superior, Boulder, Longmont, Brighton and Henderson.
Source:Jeri Johnson Morgan
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