Computer backup is so important to your computer that to ignore it is to risk its damnation.
Computers require care and feeding. They require that you attend to their needs. If you don’t, then they will most surely be sent to Hell.
Halloween means Hell. What! What do you mean that Halloween means Hell?
Well, if your computer is given the option of trick or treat, which will it accept? Will it accept the trick or the treat? What do you think?
Halloween is the time that computers are subject to tricks or treats. Did you know that more computers fail on Halloween than any other day of the year? That’s right. It’s true (smile). Your computer is in danger! Protect it. Do your computer backups.
Back to the Hell thing. Hell you say? Yep. Well, what do you mean by Hell?
Computer hell is the place for computers without computer backup. The failure to perform hard drive backup means that you are playing Russian Roulette with your data. Data needs your protection. Failure to protect your data may cause your home or business records to be sent to Hell.
Hell in this instance is for the records and files that cannot be resurrected. Resurrected you say, what does that mean?
It means that without computer backup as a source of salvation then the files can safely enjoy eternal oblivion. Oblivion you say, what does that mean? That means they are eternally lost from computer resurrection.
Is there any mercy for my precious files, you ask?
Why yes there is. Would like to know what the mercy for your files is? Yes! Yes! You say.
OK boys and girls listen carefully. The salvation, mercy, resurrection and redemption of your files lies in regular and consistent and persistent computer backup.
If you backup your computer consistently and persistently your files will be resurrected and saved from accidental deletion, hard drive failure and those nasty things like fire, flood, theft, earthquake, hurricanes, tornados and the like!
Computer backup is the key to your data’s salvation!
Do your computer backups boys and girls.
Milk and cookies will be served in the pantry.
Trick or treat for your computer backup?