Katrina Power

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Canadian writer currently living in Hungary. Avid lover of travel, technology, politics, fashion, and French music.
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5 Best Services to Backup Videos
5 Best Services to Backup Videos
Are you a videographer by trade, looking for a fast and easy way to collaborate with clients? Or are you…
CMA Targets British Cloud Service Providers
CMA Targets British Cloud Service Providers
The Competition and Markets Authority is accusing British cloud service providers of maltreating their customers by offering contract terms and…
Online Backup vs Offline Backup – 2016 Edition
Online Backup vs Offline Backup – 2016 Edition
Talk to people about types of backup, and their minds will immediately drift to offline backup—such as external hard drives,…
JustCloud Review
JustCloud Review
JustCloud boasts a wide range of features—though they come at hidden costs. That said, if you don’t mind coughing up…
iCloud Review 2016
iCloud Review 2016
iCloud is Apple’s answer to online storage. It’s built into every device from iPods to iPads, is easy to setup…
5 Best Bitcasa Alternatives
5 Best Bitcasa Alternatives
In April 2016 Bitcasa announced the discontinuation of its cloud storage service in order to focus on its business products,…
5 Best Backup Services for Writers
5 Best Backup Services for Writers
Literary writers have a long history of being technophobic, with many believing that internet-era inventions such as e-books and social…
The Ultimate Guide to Mobile Backup
The Ultimate Guide to Mobile Backup
It’s every mobile phone owner’s biggest fear: Dropping your beloved Samsung Galaxy or iPhone into something terrifying like the toilet,…
How to Backup and Restore Android
How to Backup and Restore Android
Android is the most popular operating system used on cellphones today, with 52% of users worldwide relying on Google’s trademark…
Everything You Need to Know About Personal Data Archiving
Everything You Need to Know About Personal Data Archiving
First thing’s first: Like everything else in the universe, your data is going to die eventually. Surprised? I don’t blame…