Stockpiling In Vain: Creepy Y2K Bunkers
We all know someone who went overboard with Y2K and built some sort of makeshift fallout shelter full of analog communication equipment and a year's provisions for a family of six. Or maybe we don't, but it's still fun to laugh at them. Anyway, Y2K came and went without any sign of the apocalypse and took with it the dignity of many staunch believers. The following photos pay homage to those who sacrificed their time, money and pride for a chance to dream of being the only surviving members of the human race.
Botnets: nearly 1/4 of all computers have them. They use your computer to send spam, collect personal information, or take down websites, all without your knowledge. However, by using Mozy, you protect yourself from the very worst that botnets, viruses, or hardware failure can do. 'Nuff said
The Rise of the PC
Looking at the infographic below, it's easy to see that PCs have changed a lot over the years. As they've gotten more advanced, the data we store on them has become more valuable, so remember to stop using outdated tape to back up your stuff and get Mozy!
A History of BitTorrent
Here at Mozy we don't use BitTorrent to get your files into the cloud, but it's an impressive and revolutionary technology that has changed our perception of how data can be uploaded, stored, and shared in the public cloud.