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Cloud Backups Have an Expiration Date

Did you know that your cloud data files or backup won’t be available forever? While we believe our files are permanently stored in free online services, there is often an expiration date defined in the fine print nobody ever reads.

In this webcast, we talk about:

  • What happens to your files when they’re stored on the cloud 
  • Common cloud service providers & data recovery expirations*
  • How to extend the lifetime of your cloud-stored data 

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of backup restores fail


of data loss is human error

days until deleted OneDrives files are gone forever

WFH Has Changed the Ways We Work

Many of us are now working from home, increasing our reliance on cloud services. For the foreseeable future, we’ll continue to work in distributed environments, making it even more important to ensure our data and files are protected—and not deleted by your cloud provider.  

More Than Files: Hard Work & Memories

Backing up your computer is one of the most important steps you can take to safeguard your work. Everything from tax returns to business records to your family’s Grand Canyon photos are at risk from data loss, but backing up everything is simple and easy.


of all backup failures are hard drive failures

“The Cost of Lost Data” – A Peer-Reviewed Academic Articles: GBR, David M. Smith

hard drives crash in the US every week

Meet the Presenters

Leif Watkins

Sales Director, iosafe

Nichole Kucher

Digital Marketing Manager, CDSG

*Starting Oct 13th 2020, Google Drive trash items will be automatically deleted after 30 days

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