Podcast: Backing up data on mobile devices

With an increasing number of people storing data on their mobile devices, W. Curtis Preston offers advice on how to properly back up and store this important data.

With an increasing number of people using mobile devices to store important data, many data storage departments are overwhelmed with what to do about backing up mobile devices.

W. Curtis Preston, executive editor at TechTarget and independent backup expert, offers advice on the best ways to back up mobile data such as:

  1. The concerns about mobile devices from a backup perspective.

  2. The advantages and disadvantages of cloud backup for mobile devices.

  3. Traditional backup solutions for backing up mobile data.

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This was first published in September 2009

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