World Backup Day – Saturday March 31st

Tomorrow, March 31st, is World Backup Day. If you know anything about us here at SocialSafe, then you’ll know that we’re all about backing up your data!

Here is a quote from the World Backup Day site explaining why you should backup:

“As we live an increasingly digital life, we can’t afford to ignore the enormous amount of data that we create. We’re well on track to make well over 1.8 zettabytes of data this year. That’s almost 57 billion iPads or 210 billion movies worth! Think about all the precious baby videos, financial documents, love letters, business emails and wedding photos that you’d lose if it isn’t backed up.”

We developed SocialSafe to provide the many millions of social network users across the world a way of extracting and saving a copy of all the content they have created across the likes of Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and other networks – content that normally resides on a nondescript server that the everyday users don’t have access to.

Recent episodes such as the Twitter unfollow bug and the disappearance of Facebook photos only go to show that our decision to create and continue to improve SocialSafe is fully justified.

If you’d like to backup your Facebook profile, your Twitter accounts, Google+ content, LinkedIn contacts or Viadeo profile, then start your SocialSafe journal today. You can download a free trial version of SocialSafe from our website.

As World Backup Day say, “Don’t be an April Fool. Backup your files.”

About Andrew Robertson

I'm Andrew, I work as the Social Media & Marketing Assistant at SocialSafe. I've been writing blogs on here for over two years now, so you'll find pieces from me about anything relating to social media and tech, as well as the changing face of personal data. There's also room for the occasional post on some slightly off topics stories... just for the sake of variety!!

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