How Do You Backup Your Files?
If you think that Microsoft is the only player in town when it comes to providing the most popular form of digital media protection and administration, you would be mistaken. A number of software companies are chomping at the bit to provide you with better tools for the protection of your valuable data files. The latest in this line is the Virtual CD. With a single low cost license, you are able to give access to all your valuable data to any server connected to the web. So far, Virtual CD-Online has revolutionized the way people protect their files.
This is a software tool that provides you with a Virtual CD-Online in its most bare bones form. You are able to create your own Virtual CD using Virtual CD-Online, burn the image and have it saved on any standard CD or flash drive. All you need to know how to access your backed up data on a Windows system is to be able to access the Virtual CD through the command prompt window that comes installed in windows 7. Windows also includes Virtual CD backup software, which allows you to create and save your backup image in a simple but effective manner. If you are wondering how Virtual CD does its job, here are the basics. When you install Virtual CD, it first creates a log on virtual drives that can be accessed by any administrator on the network.
Virtual CD allows you to access your files on your Windows server without actually burning them to disc. It does this by mounting an image of your choice as an iso disk on your windows server using any optical disc drive of your choice such as a DVD drive or CD writer. To burn a disc, you would have to either burn the image to disc by hand or with specialized burners such as CD-ROM. Virtual CD-Online eliminates all these hassles.