Simple ways to backup your data, even if you lose your phone

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Mobile phone these days is the primary source of our data backup weather it being the photo we click every day or the videos we capture on daily basis. Even the current smartphone make it easy for us to keep all the documents safe in it as well. 

But keeping the data in your smart phone always keeps the risk of loosing the data. Recently I was withdrawing cash from an ATM and my phone just dropped from my hand and it just got crashed. Thankfully I always keep the backup of all my data. 

Your personal data is as important an anything else. As it may includes your holiday pictures or the special moments of your kid. So, to keep all your personal data safe and easy to use you should keep the backup all your precious data. This way, if you lose your tablet or drop your phone in water, you have a backup of all the data saved elsewhere. So, here I am quoting some of the easy ways to backup your data.

Cloud

Cloud is the best way to keep your data safe and access the it any time, any where. There are many third-party cloud storage options like iCloud, Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive etc. that allow you to store your data in the cloud. Most of them provide you certain free amount of space to keep your data and additionally you can avail the space for a nominal fee. You can then access the cloud wherever you are from a computer or a mobile.

The online data storage options / Pinterest
The online data storage options / Pinterest / Silkroutetraveller
External Hard Drive

Every day we collect a pool of data and it than become quite difficult to keep the back up. Even it becomes quite expensive to acquire such a big cloud storage. In that care what I recommend is buy a good and high capacity hard drive. I have recently bough a ADATA HC660 1TB hard drive and it works quite well and I would recommend go for it. Its a great deal and I bough it for 3400 INR. 

High storage data devices available in market / ADATA Technology
High storage data devices available in market / ADATA Technology / Silkroutetraveller
USB Pendrive

If you have not a huge data than you can simply go for a pen drive. Even now we have in the market some pen-drives which have a capacity if 64 GB or more. So, you can choose a pen-drive as per your need from 4GB to 64Gb which would cost you from 300 INR to 2400INR.

The USB can be a good way to keep the data stored / Wikimedia Commons
The USB can be a good way to keep the data stored / Wikimedia Commons / Silkroutetraveller
Flash Drive

Just like pendrives, a flash drive allows you to keep all your files at hand. It also lets you run applications and software directly from the drive without having to install it to your laptop.

Ready to keep a copy of your data in a flash / Lifewire
Ready to keep a copy of your data in a flash / Lifewire / Silkroutetraveller
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