Consumers shun backups, study says

Friday, 19 May 2006, 1:04 AM EST

"Some people believe that a backup is making an extra copy of a file on your hard drive," said John Christopher, a data recovery engineer with DriveSavers, a data recovery company in Novato, Calif. "That's not what it's about, obviously, because hard drives are mechanical devices and every one that's made today is going to die."

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