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How to protect your paperless finances

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Paperless finances are ubiquitous these days. Every financial institution promotes paperless billing and paperless statements. You can get an email every month, letting you know the latest statement is ready for your perusal and download. No more paper copies to store somewhere. It's a welcome step toward reducing physical clutter, but those statements are still relevant, both now and far into the future. Keeping a local copy, albeit a digital version, is still an important step in protecting your finances.

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Back up your taxes with Retrospect

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Today is Tax Day in the United States, the deadline for filing tax returns for the 2016 calendar year. After you click 'Submit' or drop the finished documents in the mail, don't forget to protect all of that hard work. If you are like most people, you use tax software like TurboTax to file your taxes and financial software like QuickBooks to organize your finances in preparation. You've invested hundreds of hours in keeping those up-to-date, so let's walk through how to protect those digital assets locally.

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March 31 is World Backup Day

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Data loss happens more often than you think. You accidentally delete an important document. Your kids pour juice on your laptop. You drive off to work with your phone on the car roof. Or worse, your house floods.

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Four reasons why Retrospect is the best solution for Backblaze B2 backup

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Businesses have many options to back up to the Cloud, so why choose Retrospect? The answer is that Retrospect has built-in centralized management, a wider host of features and options, and and can safeguard your data in more places. Today's post will go over each of these to demonstrate why we think Retrospect is the best solution for Backblaze's B2 Cloud Storage.

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Maximizing Backblaze B2 performance with Retrospect

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In 'Migrate to the cloud' we covered setting Retrospect to work with Backblaze's B2 service. For network speeds up to about 100 Mbps, Retrospect can saturate your network with a single backup. If you are fortunate enough to have a super-fast connection, here are some steps you can take to maximize Retrospect's performance with Backblaze.

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