|photograph by Gino, distributed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 license|
If you are using a computer to record all that information see my posts below for tips on how you can make backups:
Backups - Part I (An Overview)
Backups - Part II (Local backups)
Backups - Part III (Cloud Storage)
Backups - Part IV (Wrap up)
But for those not using a computer to record and track all your various genealogy records what are you doing about all your shelves of work that you have painstakingly gathered over the many years? How are you making sure they aren't lost due to some sort of disaster? It would be awful to lose a wall of binders and books to a fire, flood, tornado or hurricane.
|photograph by Ada Be, distributed under CC BY 2.0 license|
It is something to think about. How do you back up binders? I look forward to your comments.