Don’t pay tons of money, use CloudSync instead.

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Without a backup, the average data recovery will cost a person over $1,000. That means if you have zero backups and your hard drive was to die, you will be paying $1,000 at least to get all your pictures, movies, games, apps, and documents recovered and restored. We have seen this happen more than we would like. This is why we offer a service called CloudSync. CloudSync backs up your important data without you thinking about it. For $7.95/month, you have 2TBs of backup storage for up to 8 computers. That is essentially 11 years worth of CloudSync for what a singe data recovery costs. It is a great deal and great… Read moreDon’t pay tons of money, use CloudSync instead.


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It is always surprising to learn that a lot of Apple customers have little knowledge of Apple making networking products. Actually, these products are fantastic. Most of us in the Triad area use either TWC or AT&T for internet services. A lot of times, we use those companies equipment (router or modem) without realizing we could actually purchase our own equipment without being charged a leasing fee. Two important things about using your own equipment are: You have ZERO leasing or renting fees to pay to TWC or AT&T In our experience, the Apple equipment just works. It is stable and hardly… Read moreNetworking

Did You Know? CloudSync vs. iCloud

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We try to ask every Mac customer we come in contact with about having a backup of their computer. An answer we hear a lot is that iCloud is backing up all the content on their computer. There is this misconception among some Apple users that believe iCloud backs up their computer. This is untrue. iCloud does not back up your computer. iCloud is a great tool that does indeed backup your mobile devices (iPhone, iPad). It is also very useful in syncing certain things (contacts, calendars, photos, etc.) over to your computer. It is not a true backup of your computer though. We, at Triad Mac, do offer a… Read moreDid You Know? CloudSync vs. iCloud