Backup Your Mac with Two Methods!

by David on May 6, 2016

See Two Methods for Backing Up Your Mac

You need at least two types of backups for your Mac computers. And Office Cafe explains why. Essentially, you need a clone type of backup and an incremental backup like Apple’s Time Machine. The reasons for having both backups is outlined in the blog post.

See the Mac Backup post and find out why!


New MacBook Pro with Thunderbolt™ Technology!

February 24, 2011

Apple announced today the new MacBook Pro. One of the most interesting features is the Thunderbolt port. This technology, developed by Intel (under the code name Light Peak), allows you to daisy-chain several compatible devices through just one port with data speeds of up to 10 Gbps. The configuration possibilities make it so that noisy […]

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Avoid Disaster with SuperDuper! for Mac

February 17, 2011

Hard Drive Disaster… Panic? No way! The hard drive on my 24″ iMac died just before leaving for a business trip earlier this month. The iMac would not boot up. The screen appeared with the flashing question mark and folder… indicating that there was no operating system available to the machine. Fortunately, this did not […]

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Facebook Available on the 8th Day!

October 12, 2009

Yes. It took 8 days, but my Facebook account has returned! This “outage” inspired me to write about the perils of Cloud Computing. Facebook had the courtesy to offer a pop-up apology. Still awaiting an apology in my inbox. Maybe not. I sincerely appreciate the apology. As it turns out, at first glance nothing seems […]

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Facebook Unavailable – Day 7

October 11, 2009

It has been seven days–a full week– since I have been able to log into Facebook. Facebook’s additional help status paragraph is shown below: Several days? It’s been a week! I know there are millions of satisfied users. I am one of them. But at the moment, my satisfaction is, let’s just say, waning. I […]

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