This week on AtPC: Dave asks the question, “What do you do with old shows?  Jim talked about using MediaFire at as a potential source for cloud storage. 

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Cloud Storage is broken up into 3 categories:

1. Sync – If you update the local file, it is automatically updated in the cloud.  Some services offer versioning

2. Backup – Files are backed up at a specific time (hour,day,week, month) and versioning is the norm.  You never access these files for use.

3. (New) Private or Aggregation – Files are accessed via the cloud but never move from their physical location until they are needed.  Think of it like a catalogue or a front end to private storage networks

The accepted rule for backup best practices is the three-two-one rule. It can be summarized as: if you’re backing something up, you should have:

  • At least three copies,

  • In two different formats

  • With one of those copies off-site.

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The question is asked, “Do you release your podcasts on a schedule or do it all at once when you are first starting?”  It’s not totally clear what the best ways is. 

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