Dad of Divas' Reviews: Kids Accidentally Put Computers At Risk - Avoid Digital Disaster

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Kids Accidentally Put Computers At Risk - Avoid Digital Disaster

Most households have a family computer that holds every photograph, school project and tax return. As viruses and malware become more sophisticated (and confusing), with one click of the mouse, kids unintentionally put these computers at risk (kids seem to attract viruses on the computer just as easily as they do in real life). By taking a few minutes to backup data, your readers can be prepared to avoid any unintentional digital disasters.

CrashPlan ( is the only backup solution that combines onsite, offsite and online backup making it simple to protect valuable documents and memories. And it is the only backup solution that is compatible with all operating systems (Windows, Mac, Linux and Solaris). With CrashPlan’s new mobile app, you have access to your online backup on the go!

No one plans for their computer to be damaged. But in a house of kids, it’s a possibility. It’s incredibly simple and affordable to safeguard your data with CrashPlan+ (CrashPlan+ subscriptions start at $1.50/month).

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