Don't-Miss Storage Stories
You've gone to all the trouble to create a Time Machine backup. Maybe you should make sure it works.
Wouldn't it be great to pass down the movie you made of your child's first birthday to her great-great-grandchildren? These tips may make that possible.
You think you have a complete data backup plan? Then you haven't seen the lengths Rob Griffiths goes to to secure his data.
Chris Breen shows you how to stow your most sensitive data in a protected archive.
With Yosemite Apple has implemented a security measure that may prevent your Mac from booting from a third-party SSD. Chris Breen explains.
With Yosemite and iOS 8 Apple has loosened the shackles on iCloud storage. Here's how to put it to use on your Yosemite-running Mac, iOS 8 device, and the web.
An external enclosure is all you need to give your old storage a new lease on life.
Unlike old-fashioned iPods, the iPhone won't mount as a USB drive. However, Chris Breen points out you can still use it for portable file storage.
About This Mac tells you that your hard drive is packed with "other" files. Chris Breen explains exactly what they're made of.
Solid state drives bring speed, but lower capacity and this can result in chockfull hard drives. Chris Breen offers some slimming tips.
In your old Mac Pro you have four hard drives that you'd like to use with your new iMac. Chris Breen tells you how to make the move.
It's been a long time since Macs came with SCSI drives. But if (for whatever reason) you need to get something off of an old SCSI drive and onto a modern Mac, it's doable. Here's how.
Why junk up your SSD's limited storage capacity with files that can easily be packed onto another hard drive? Chris Breen shows you how.