If you can bring it on a plane, it's been lost
"People tend to lose more items in December than at any other time of the year, according to survey numbers released this month by electronic data backup firm Mozy."
Joe Taschler, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, December 26, 2012
Three New Year's Resolutions for PC users
"Make 2013 the year you sign up for a cloud service … Mozy … for example, and configure it to archive your most important files and folders automatically."
Rick Broida, PC World, December 21, 2012
Left behind for Christmas: Most dangerous time of the year to lose things
"Seventy percent of people say they have lost electronic items, a survey by Mozy says."
Michael De Groote, Deseret News, December 17, 2012
Lost your iPhone? You're not alone
"Fridays and Saturdays at 6:00 p.m. in December are when you are most likely to lose your smartphone, laptop or stack of business paperwork, according to a new survey by Mozy."
Suzanne Lucas, CBS MoneyWatch, December 17, 2012
Lose something? You're not alone
"Mozy, a data protection company in Utah, set out to discover when people lose things and found certain patterns."
Ashton Goodell, Fox 13 News - Salt Lake City, December 9, 2012
December Saturday Evenings Are Most Popular Time to Lose Your Phone
"A survey conducted by data backup company Mozy among 3,500 adults revealed consumers lose items the most during this time period due to the busy-ness of the holiday season -- a time when shopping for gifts and running to parties makes it harder to keep track of everything."
Samantha Murphy, Mashable, December 7, 2012
'Tis the season to lose your smartphone
"The holidays are time of joy. But it’s also prime time for losing things. According to a study commissioned by Seattle-based online backup company Mozy, smartphones top the list of lost items."
Dave Meyer, All Things Considered Host, NPR News - Seattle, December 6, 2012
5 steps to protect your data from the next disaster
"These days, an offsite backup doesn't necessarily mean locking a hard drive in a safe at an undisclosed location -- it's as simple as using an online backup service like Mozy."
Dave Johnson, CBS MoneyWatch, December 4, 2012