Reduce Backup Bloat

If your Time Matters backup files become unnecessarily large, their size may interfere with performing regular backups. They can waste your time and disk space. Here are steps you can take to reduce backup bloat. Use another program to backup your document files and skip the Document Files when running a Time Matters backup. If you use Time Matters Professional, watch out for and delete any "Z_" files that may be left over from unsuccessful backups.
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Avert Disaster with Online Backups

Hurricane Katrina serves as a sobering reminder that one catastrophe - earthquake, fire, flood, hurricane, terrorism - can entirely destroy a law practice. Law firms can supplement their in-house backup procedures with off-site safe, secure, and affordable Internet backups. Published in the wake of Katrina, this article will hopefully help law firms stay in business when disaster strikes next. It first appeared in TechnoLawyer.
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Backing Up Time Matters

You already use some method to backup your hard drive, so why should you bother with the Time Matters Backup feature? Too many regular backups fail for one reason or another. If your main Time Matters database is damaged or lost and you do not have a good backup, you may have serious problems. If you use the Time Matters Backup regularly, you will have an extra level of protection.
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