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  1. Linda

    I’m with you on being a little confused about the backup category. My original thought was that each consecutive task was for an improved state of backup from the previous one and it wasn’t necessary to achieve each specific level – but I’m not so sure about that. From reading other progress reports, there seems to be a several different interpretations which only serves to further confuse me. My biggest question is task E – “all data . . . ” . What exactly is ALL data? Is that every piece of paper you’ve accumulated? Who would qualify for that?

  2. Sue Edminster

    I’m so impressed with your diagram! Wow, you’re really have a wonderful system here!
    Sue Ed

  3. Granny Pam

    Thanks for the complement! Years ago I worked in a quality department which did not back up their computer. A janitor (outside company) knocked the computer CPU off the desk and we lost the hard drive contents. It was a disaster. The day after that happened, I came home and backed up all my data on my home computer on those little hard disks we used to use, remember those? Later it was zip disks, then CD’s. My career advanced some and I became a RAB quality systems auditor, and did project management for the same company. Quality people love diagrams, time lines and flow charts almost as much as software designers. Perhaps you have to have experienced a disaster to warn against one!

  4. Tina Lyons

    I have been wondering about this as well. I have decided that if you will not lose more than a month’s worth of research in a disaster, you should qualify for the Platinum medal. I have my documents (the few that I have) and photos scanned and backed up online. I think we should both qualify for the Platinum medal.
    .-= Tina Lyons´s last blog ..Winter 2010 GeneaBlogger Games – Days 9 & 10 Recap =-.

  5. Granny Pam

    Thanks for your input, Tina.

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