How To Protect Your Important Documents Using Encryption
RecoverySoft / August 14, 2018

A common fear that people (maybe you?) Have about going paperless is that hackers will somehow be able to get access to their private information. It is not an unreasonable fear, but there are things you can do to protect yourself. One of the best ways is to use encryption, which just means making it so that you, and only you, can get at your documents. That way, even if your computer gets hacked or stolen, people will be faced with a strange file that they will not be able to open any matter how hard they try. Think of it as having your critical documents locked away in a safe. How do you do this? There are a number of different ways, and no end to the number of software packages that you can buy, but here are two completely free solutions that are both great. As with most things, which one you use depends on what type of computer or operating system you are running. Encrypting Your Files On Microsoft Windows or Linux If you use Microsoft Windows or Linux, I recommend using TrueCrypt which is a free, open-source disk encryption software. When you use TrueCrypt, you will…

How To Protect Your Important Documents Using Encryption
RecoverySoft / August 12, 2018

A common fear that people (maybe you?) Have about going paperless is that hackers will somehow be able to get access to their private information. It is not an unreasonable fear, but there are things you can do to protect yourself. One of the best ways is to use encryption, which just means making it so that you, and only you, can get at your documents. That way, even if your computer gets hacked or stolen, people will be faced with a strange file that they will not be able to open any matter how hard they try. Think of it as having your critical documents locked away in a safe. How do you do this? There are a number of different ways, and no end to the number of software packages that you can buy, but here are two completely free solutions that are both great. As with most things, which one you use depends on what type of computer or operating system you are running. Encrypting Your Files On Microsoft Windows or Linux If you use Microsoft Windows or Linux, I recommend using TrueCrypt which is a free, open-source disk encryption software. When you use TrueCrypt, you will…

How To Protect Your Important Documents Using Encryption
RecoverySoft / August 10, 2018

A common fear that people (maybe you?) Have about going paperless is that hackers will somehow be able to get access to their private information. It is not an unreasonable fear, but there are things you can do to protect yourself. One of the best ways is to use encryption, which just means making it so that you, and only you, can get at your documents. That way, even if your computer gets hacked or stolen, people will be faced with a strange file that they will not be able to open any matter how hard they try. Think of it as having your critical documents locked away in a safe. How do you do this? There are a number of different ways, and no end to the number of software packages that you can buy, but here are two completely free solutions that are both great. As with most things, which one you use depends on what type of computer or operating system you are running. Encrypting Your Files On Microsoft Windows or Linux If you use Microsoft Windows or Linux, I recommend using TrueCrypt which is a free, open-source disk encryption software. When you use TrueCrypt, you will…

How To Protect Your Important Documents Using Encryption
RecoverySoft / July 29, 2018

A common fear that people (maybe you?) Have about going paperless is that hackers will somehow be able to get access to their private information. It is not an unreasonable fear, but there are things you can do to protect yourself. One of the best ways is to use encryption, which just means making it so that you, and only you, can get at your documents. That way, even if your computer gets hacked or stolen, people will be faced with a strange file that they will not be able to open any matter how hard they try. Think of it as having your critical documents locked away in a safe. How do you do this? There are a number of different ways, and no end to the number of software packages that you can buy, but here are two completely free solutions that are both great. As with most things, which one you use depends on what type of computer or operating system you are running. Encrypting Your Files On Microsoft Windows or Linux If you use Microsoft Windows or Linux, I recommend using TrueCrypt which is a free, open-source disk encryption software. When you use TrueCrypt, you will…

How To Protect Your Important Documents Using Encryption
RecoverySoft / July 28, 2018

A common fear that people (maybe you?) Have about going paperless is that hackers will somehow be able to get access to their private information. It is not an unreasonable fear, but there are things you can do to protect yourself. One of the best ways is to use encryption, which just means making it so that you, and only you, can get at your documents. That way, even if your computer gets hacked or stolen, people will be faced with a strange file that they will not be able to open any matter how hard they try. Think of it as having your critical documents locked away in a safe. How do you do this? There are a number of different ways, and no end to the number of software packages that you can buy, but here are two completely free solutions that are both great. As with most things, which one you use depends on what type of computer or operating system you are running. Encrypting Your Files On Microsoft Windows or Linux If you use Microsoft Windows or Linux, I recommend using TrueCrypt which is a free, open-source disk encryption software. When you use TrueCrypt, you will…

How To Protect Your Important Documents Using Encryption
RecoverySoft / July 27, 2018

A common fear that people (maybe you?) Have about going paperless is that hackers will somehow be able to get access to their private information. It is not an unreasonable fear, but there are things you can do to protect yourself. One of the best ways is to use encryption, which just means making it so that you, and only you, can get at your documents. That way, even if your computer gets hacked or stolen, people will be faced with a strange file that they will not be able to open any matter how hard they try. Think of it as having your critical documents locked away in a safe. How do you do this? There are a number of different ways, and no end to the number of software packages that you can buy, but here are two completely free solutions that are both great. As with most things, which one you use depends on what type of computer or operating system you are running. Encrypting Your Files On Microsoft Windows or Linux If you use Microsoft Windows or Linux, I recommend using TrueCrypt which is a free, open-source disk encryption software. When you use TrueCrypt, you will…

Issues With External Hard Drive
RecoverySoft / July 15, 2018

An external hard drive can be described in simple terms as a hard drive that is portable, or one that can be transported around. Although this is a very simple definition of what an external drive is, the truth is that, it is pretty much the same as it is described above. However, we can be more specific by describing it as the portable version of the fixed hard disk, which comes with a USB casing that enables it to be used on various computers with the help of an USB cable. Other than the above given differences, there is no noticeable difference between a fixed hard drive and an external hard disk. We can confirm this due to the presence of various moving parts that are present both in a fixed disk and an external disk. The main purpose for which the external hard disk is used is also pretty much the same, which is data storage. However, in this case, the stored data can be transported along with the user and accessed on the computer of his choice. Some of the most common uses of the external disk are for storage of data, which usually eat up a…

How to Clean the Junk Files In Your PC
RecoverySoft / June 1, 2018

What are junk files? These are the unwanted or useless files that accumulate in your personal computer or laptop over time. They could use up valuable memory space that would lead to your personal computer becoming ever so slow. These unwanted documents or items could affect the total performance of your PC. Finding them manually is impossible as they could be residing anywhere in your computer. You could run a quick scan in your PC and discover how many gigabytes of unwanted files you have on your hard drive. How do you acquire these junks in your PC? Unwanted items, folders or programs are actually temporary records designed to back up your work every time you use your computer. So if you use your Word program for instance, a temporary record is created to make your work smooth and to protect it from loss. When you are browsing the internet, various details about the sites you visited are stored in the browsers: “Cache, History and Cookie”. Installing and uninstalling useless or unnecessary programs would cause traces of these files to remain in your PC in the form of junk. However, these temporary items are not automatically deleted when you shut…

Flash Drive Recovery
RecoverySoft / May 25, 2018

Flash drives or USB drives can be called as one of the most portable storage devices being used today. The variety of USB drive makers, and the wide range of storage capacities in which this device is available, has made it extremely popular among many users, since users have the freedom of choosing from this wide range, the flash drive that suits them the best. They are highly robust in nature, since the user can rewrite data over a million times on this device. Though the initial capacity in which these devices were available, was limited to 256 MB, over the years this has changed, considerably, and USB drives nowadays can hold up to 256 GB of data. These USB drives are used for storing various types of data like documents, photos, music files, videos etc. The user also has the option of running the operating system using a USB drive. Since the flash drive comes with a USB interface, it can be easily plugged into the USB slot provided on the users PC, or any other device that provides a USB slot. The absence of moving parts makes transfer of data easier and quicker in this device. Since moving…

Get Positive Buzz: How Image Recovery and Prepared Crisis Management Can Help Save Millions
RecoverySoft / May 10, 2018

When we talk about debacles, mishaps, accidents, crimes, disasters, or fiascos, media strategy and focused crisis concepts should be part of crisis management training – for communications division staff members in any size company. Handling a crisis once it can be very complex. However, when plans are in place beforehand, businesses can rise above any unexpected situation. What's the first thing a communications division should say when answering questions about a media debacle? If the plan is not to make a statement, it will only leave the media to form their hypothetical stories. Having a prepared statement means planning ahead and knowing what you are going to say if there is ever an emergency. When you have a plan of action, it means having the ability to withstand a crisis within minutes. Implementing a media plan in case of a crisis is like putting together a playbook of protocols where you take full responsibility. An important factor for preparedness recovery is that a crisis can hit any company, no matter the size, notoriety, services, or reputation. We saw these types of missteps happen with the food-safety crisis of Chipotle, a communications debacle of Paula Deen, and the emissions "defeat device"…