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TRANSCRIPT:Here a few thoughts on network attached storage. I'm John Harrington Whether your using Apple's Time Machine for your computers as we are, or using network attached storage which is a third party brand that will still work with Apple computer's or if you're using a PC in using network attached storage having these systems in place as a part of your systems workflow is really important. One of the things that happens a lot as you sit there and watch the progress bar go by is you're processing images or otherwise doing things on the computer. The worst progress bar to watch is when your computer is backing up multiple gigs, hundreds of gigs of storage and you're sitting there trying to wait for your computer get backed up. If you have a system of workflow and schedule set up so that you can actually back up your systems at night, you can actually let your computer do all that backup overnight. So get your self a Time Machine and get set up. It's a no brainer if you're not a Mac user, get some network attached storage do the same thing.
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