+ 0 Votes System Backup. scott_heath 6 years ago Making a whole system back up can be donw with Symantec Ghost and maybe even Windows Backup. I've never bother backing up anything but my data. To back up data I suggest you try carbonite.com. I use them for my data backup and it works great. Backups stored on premise can be damaged at the same time as your PC. + 0 Votes Deleted TobiF Updated - 3 years ago Just noted I bumped into a really old thread. Sorry. + 0 Votes Backup ebouza 6 years ago I agree with what Scott is telling you. To do a full system backup I do recommend using Symantc Ghost but using a offsite is also a very smart way of kepping data safe and secure. Also what Scott is saying that just backup your data. Well good luck with your backup's. Erick + 0 Votes Cloud backup is the easiest jacky2000 3 years ago You can try http://www.drivehq.com/backup/ Cloud backup is the easiest; it is also the only solution that can protect your data in case of major disasters such as earthquake, fire, flood, hurricane, etc. You only need to install DriveHQ Online Backup client software, then it has wizards to help you create backup tasks. Once you create backup tasks, it can automatically backup your data in the background. DriveHQ is one of the first few companies offering cloud storage & cloud IT services. It is now offering the version 5.0 Solution. It is far more than just storage or backup. Not only you can backup files to the cloud, you can also move your entire file server, FTP server, email server, web server and backup system to the cloud. You can create sub-users and sub-groups; you can set different user roles; share different folders to different users with different permissions. For a small business, Cloud-based storage, backup, sharing and Cloud IT Solution can save you a lot of cost, while offering better, more secure and reliable services that can be accessed from anywhere. For more info, please visit: http://www.drivehq.com/. DriveHQ basic service is free. + 0 Votes Deleted TobiF Updated - 3 years ago Just noted I bumped into a really old thread. Sorry.