Preserve your memories
forever and for others.
Helping you create safe, searchable and shareable photo collections.
Coming soon - articles and tips that will help you protect your most precious memories from loss or damage, whether it be from equipment failure or outdated technology.
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Good intentions won’t save your files. If something were to happen to your photos or other documents today, what would you lose? How valuable are they to you?
Hard drives, whether internal or external, will eventually crash, get damaged or even be stolen. So if you’re not in the habit of regularly backing up your photos or you have never backed up your photos (it happens to the best of us), then now is the time to take action.
What the experts recommend
Experts recommend following the 3-2-1 backup rule.
Backing up photos example:
And of course, for all your print photos and historical documents and memoirs you'll want to have them scanned and then properly and safely stored in archival quality boxes and albums.