With the emergence of online places as iTunes and Rhapsody, the average person today has a good number of MP3 files on their hard drive. While the number will vary, if there is even one on your hard drive it represents an investment on your part and that investment should be protected with online backup.
MP3s can range in price from $0.99 to much more and even if you always pay about a buck for your MPP3s, your investment can quickly add up. Two hundred downloads, would be about 200 bucks invested. However, these days, the number usually spans into the thousands so you can see how much money really gets put out.
Just as with any other investment you have, you should protect your MP3 investment with insurance of sorts. If you own a home, you have home owners insurance. If you own a car, you have auto insurance. If you have a large collection of MP3s, you need online backup.
With online backup, you are ‘insured’ that the many MP3s you have stored on your computer’s hard drive are kept safe and secure. This is important as you never know what life can send your way. What you will know is that if something ever does happen to your hard drive, you can retrieve your MP3 files in a few short mouse clicks.
Yes, obtaining online backup represents a small amount of money to pay, but so does any other type of insurance. And, as with any other type of insurance, you don’t get it because you think you might need to use it, but you certainly are happy you have it if you ever have to.
You’ve probably worked years and years to build the MP3 collection you have and it can all be wiped out in a matter of minutes. However, you can avoid that terrible scenario from ever happening with your own MP3 insurance, AKA, online backup.