Don't-Miss Storage Stories
That new camera won't be much use without a capacious memory card to store photos to videos on. But all SD cards aren't the same. Make sure you're getting the right card for the way you shoot.
You say you have an external hard drive that you'd like to protect from prying eyes? Here are three solutions.
Apple's Disk Utility makes it easy to split a hard drive up into multiple parts called partitions. But why would you ever bother? Joe Kissell shows you five things partitioning a disk allows you to do.
If you work in lots of locations, you may find yourself wishing you could access your files from everywhere. Here are four ways to do just that.
Shocked that a company as prominent as Danger, Inc. could lose T-Mobile's Sidekick customers' data? Protect your business backups by avoiding these six mistakes.
It happens to lots of us: Large media files choke our startup drive. Here are solutions for sharing the wealth between an internal and external hard drive.
Return your scanned old photos to their former glory with a few easy adjustments in iPhoto.
Bring order and security to your scanned printed media with these smart iPhoto management and back up strategies
Laptop in one hand, replacement raw drive in the other. No, you needn't reinstall everything when you install the new hard drive.
Liven up your parties and weddings with an easy DIY photo set-up that won't break the bank.
Learn about possible sources of large Time Machine backups, and tools you can use to identify those sources.
Got a little too enthusiastic about pressing the Delete button on your camera? With a little know-how you can quickly recover lost photos and protect your digital memories.
If you use iPhoto's face-recognition tool, don't lose all of your hard work with one stroke of bad luck. Back up your Faces data to protect against data corruption or user error.
What to do with that stack of old hard drives gathering dust? Here are three suggestions.
Backing up data isn’t a one-size-fits-all proposition—what works for you will depend on the types of data you want to protect and, more important, how worried you are about keeping that data safe. Rob Griffiths' guidelines can help you figure out your own plan.