Data Protection for Photographers

February 14, 2014 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Books | Comment | |
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Data Protection for Photographers by Patrick H. Corrigan is a new title from Rocky Nook. Explaining current data protection and storage technologies in everyday terms, this book offers critical information about the best hardware, software, procedures, and practices for storing and preserving images and other data. The 176-page volume is available for $32.95. 

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Data Protection for Photographers
 
Santa Barbara, CA — February 13th, 2014 — All photographs, both amateur and professional, are faced with the important issues of data protection and storage. Without knowledge of the options, tools, and procedures for safe and effective image protection and storage, photographers run the serious risk of losing their image files. This book offers critical information about the best hardware, software, procedures, and practices for storing and preserving images and other data.

This book explains current data protection and storage technologies in everyday terms. It describes effective procedures for protecting data, from what memory card to use during capture to the best storage media for backing up and archiving your images. Descriptions of specific products applicable to Windows, MacOS, and Linux systems are provided. 

About the author:

Patrick H. Corrigan has been working in the field of information technology since 1980. He has authored several books and numerous magazine articles on networking, data storage, disaster prevention and recovery, and other IT-related topics. He has been involved in numerous aspects of Information Technology, including IT Management, consulting, writing, training, sales, and marketing. He has been an avid photographer since the age of twelve.

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