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Data Management

We all forget stuff; it’s a fact of life. Unless you’re like my brother, who hasn’t forgotten anything yet (“You know what we did a year ago today?”), you know that it’s usually the important stuff that doesn’t show up on time. Evernote is out to change that, by being an external extension to your brain.

The best way to describe Evernote? Via their description, “Evernote makes it easy to remember things big and small from your notable life using your computer, phone, and the web.” Read on for our quick review of this great web app.


We arm ourselves with an ever increasing arsenal of powerful web applications, which almost always tend to include some form of personal data storage. The large majority of web travelers use email, store and share photos and video, and interact on at least social media network. With all this information flowing into the web, we’ve learned to expect two things. One, there’s always the possibility of data loss — whether from hackers, service failure, data corruption or something else.. And two, service providers must maintain a perfect system without a single mistake, which just isn’t possible.

From the time people started storing data on computers, there’s always been backup solutions appearing shortly after learning the hard way. Unfortunately online services like Twitter, Flickr, Gmail and others, don’t typically offer easy data backup and what services are available are scattered or difficult to use. Backupify changes that. With a single service you’re able to setup and manage backups for many of the major online services, with many more on the way.

In this review we’ll take a look at Backupify and what it has to offer in preserving our digital existence.


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