Computers never crash at convenient times. If you’re looking for an easy way of backing up key files, presentations, memos or prospect/client lists, without having to save every last syllable on your computer…
Try This: Small, high-capacity portable storage devices called USB flash memory drives. These babies pack 256 MB or more of storage into thumb-sized devices “many companies sell as key-chain accessories,” reports Investor Business Daily.
These inexpensive little items are just what you need to copy your email
contacts and other can’t-lose files when you’re on the road or out of the
office. A single gigabyte will cost you under $20. Cheap at twice the
Easy to Use! To back up your contacts, for example, for Microsoft Outlook users, just select “Import and Export” from the “File” drop-down menu; then select the “Personal Folder File.” Next, select “Contacts” and click “Next” to access your portable drive. Click “OK, then “Finish” or “OK” if another box pops up.
The lowly 1.44-megabyte capacity floppy disk drive may have had its moment in the sun.
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