backup

Creating redundancy with two Drobos

As someone who’s had a Drobo for the past several years — first with a four-bay version and more recently a 5D3 — I was intrigued when I was offered

Migrating Data to a New Drobo Device

After several years with my trusty Drobo generation 3 RAID, it was starting to give me a few issues. And after trying all the troubleshooting steps and contacting support, I

World Backup Day | March 31, 2018

World Backup Day is set aside as a reminder to backup your files, even if it’s once a year! Unfortunately, most people don’t think to backup their files until they

Essential Backup Habits photo of a disassembled hard drive

Super Important Habits for Saving Photographs part 1

(Editor’s note: Photofocus author Tim Grey tackles the nine most important backup habits for photographers in this three-part, easy to digest series. Check-in for the second installment next Tuesday.) Every photographer

READ THIS BEFORE Upgrading To The New Lightroom

Installing new updates can be exciting and terrifying at the same time. Exciting because you can’t wait to try out the new features. Terrifying because it may crash your system. Here are a few simple tips to make your upgrade experience better.

Keeping Your Data Safe While Traveling

The last place you want gear failure to happen is overseas when you’re on a job or just on vacation. There are several different ways to avoid this and keep

Repurposing Old Equipment: Hard Drives

In my first year of photography, I shot more than 100,000 pictures, which yielded two results: my photography got better quickly, and my computer’s hard drive filled up with picture