Gov-Resources Search for Anyone

To find out where old friends are, records for military as well as about neighbors livimg close to you & your children the best available website is state government Resources. Everything found on Gov-Resources is legal; they are part of the public record system that records where everyone lives.

This is a very valuable resource if you have been looking for someone, haven’t found him/her and don’t want to waste anymore time seaching websites.

You can find a variety of information on Gov-Resources, from directory assistance to legal documents. This website is wonderful for accessing all the records that you need. The expansive resources contained in this database also include the ability for you to search birth certificates and death certificates whether you’re doing a school project or want to build out your family history tree or when you see neighbors doing some shady things and want to find out more you can see if they have any criminal records.

While there is no way of knowing if what you read on the internet is truthful, the people who work at Gov-Resources do guarantee that what you read is right. Information like court records, military status, name and address, criminal and marriage information can be found on the website. The information should not be used to harass other employees or for employers to hire an employee as it is for personal use.

Gov-Resources will refund your money with no questions asked if you would happen to encounter a problem. There is refund assurance. If you find that the information is wrong or it does not  answerl your need, the money is returned. You’re probably asking “How much does this cost?”  There’s flexibility in the cost structure in that you can get an all access pass for five years for only $30 or you can choose to only have access for one year for the very low investment of $10.  This is an extremely small price to pay for peace of mind or to find old friends you been unable to locate.

Many, many people have been successful using Gov-Resources. Here’s what a few customers have to say:

“My daughter went missing over a year ago and the police closed the investigations. I used your Gov-Resources missing people search and instantly had leads on my daughter. Thank-you so much! “
-Dianne Lemming

“Gov-Resources, you have made locating court records easier than ever! With one quick search I was able to locate all the court files I needed for my report! “
-Hillary Geller 

This database has information that will assist you in locating anyone from old friends to family members you have lost touch with, and it can also simply provide information about people you are curious about.

{Information from Gov-Resources isn’t to harass or harm others; since it is private information, you must ensure that you are using it for the right reasons.  Use this information with discretion because it’s not intended for harassment purposes nor Jews publicly embarrass anyone.  You’re being trusted with valuable private information so use it as such.  Do not put it out there in the hopes of and fair sing someone nor should you use it for any form of stalking or other types of harassment.}

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Ladies and Gentlemen … Start Your Backups

Bad Day At The Office

Sweetie!?! The computer is making a strange clicking sound.
What’s that smell? Is something burning?
Weren’t all your pictures on that computer?
Oh, no!

Don’t be a loser … like me.  I am talking about loss, data loss.  In terms of digital photography I am talking specifically about the pictures of your life that are more than likely all stored in one place only: the hard drive of your computer. 

Life gets busy and it is easy to just collect data, take pictures and make movies, write documents and put our financial data in our checkbook program. We just collect all that stuff in one place (our PC’s) and just think its always going to be there for us forever, just like a good friend. Well, just when you least expect it your technology can turn on you.  I’ve lost important pictures and let me tell you huge gaping hole in my heart that I experienced.  I was a looser.  My first thought was, do I have my stuff backed up?  My response was “no”, then “OH, NO!”

If you experience a hard drive failure it could cost between $300 and $3000 to recover the data depending on the severity of the hard drive crash, and this service is not guaranteed.  The data could be lost permanently anyway.  What dollar value do you place on your digital photo archive?

Here is a short list of things you can do to protect your valuable photos, videos and other personal data:

Anti-Virus Software

Malicious viruses can erase your hard drive.  Use a system that is updated automatically every day with the latest virus definitions.

Service Your PC Regularly

When dust collects in and around your hard drives, they overheat and that will shorten the life of the drive.  Your PC is one big electrostatic air filter. Have it serviced by a professional at least once a year and keep them off of the carpeted floor, away from dust and pet dander.

I recommend getting an air filter and keep it in the room with your PC.  Your PC will not breathe in as much dust, and as an added benefit, the air will be fresher and you will breathe less dust at the same time.

Backup Your Photos and Data

Backing up your photos and data over the web is becoming a very popular choice for data backup.  It is better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it.  This is a great, cheap insurance policy.Online backup is like buying an insurance policy for your digital photo archives.

Here are the advantages of backing up to the Internet: 

You can backup securely over any high speed Internet connection.

Since your data is stored on a server offsite, you are covered from events such as PC theft, fire or hard drive failure. You might consider what would happen if there is an earthquake, flood or other natural disaster wherever your backups are stored.

Mozy.com is the online backup system that I use. Recommended by PC World Magazine, it works equally well on PC and Mac. You can back up to 2 Gigabytes for free and you can backup unlimited data from your home computer for only $4.95 per month (even less with an annual subscription). They have a pro version as well for your office computer.

Many online backup companies offer a low cost data backup only to charge you on the back side to restore your backup data.  Not so with Mozy.  They have no hidden charges!  When I asked their tech support to confirm, they told me “We don’t hold your data for ransom.”

Don’t be a loser. Take your digital photo library seriously, save early and save often, and make data backup a critical part of your digital photography processes. One day (maybe even tomorrow) you will be glad you did, or sorry you didn’t. 

You might even encourage your friends to back up their data (send them a link to this article!) You may become one of their biggest heroes the next time they experience a data loss event.

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Data Forensics

Forensics is an ever evolving science with a lot of possibilities acquire deeper knowledge about by different forensics schools or forensics colleges.
With the ever increasing importance of computers and digital media for both personal and corporate users, the number of crimes involving electronic data is now higher than ever. Thus, data forensics has become a distinct sub-division of forensic science consisting of technical expertise, the finding of electronic evidence, digital investigations and even data recovery. To count only a few of the judicial cases for which data forensics is useful, we ought to mention breach of contract, intellectual property theft, discrimination, sexual harassment and so on. Therefore, it was not difficult for data forensics to become a legal necessity in the context of the computers’ ubiquity.

The exact specificity of data forensics is the extraction of pieces of information that would remain undetected at a normal investigation. File left-overs, deleted files, hidden and discarded files are searched and analyzed as part of the data forensics analysis. Although there are lots of challenges when trying to recover data or to identify the criminal process, experts in this fields have more than once been successful at finding the needle in the haystack. What relevance does such evidence have for legal cases? Well, it has been proved by practice that the recovery of a deleted e-mail message can change the course of a trial.

Data forensics constantly needs to face apparently unsurmountable challenges. The applications are indeed far-reaching, but the work to extract digital evidence is strict and exhausting. Sometimes the extractor has difficulties in getting to the information that is buried too deep in the electronic system, or too exposed to destruction. This is also the reason why a duplication procedure is used to protect the information during the extraction process. Great caution, strict standards and lots of skills are required for each of these steps and only real pros can succeed.

A data forensics expert should be contacted immediately, once a breach in the security system or a criminal act against electronic media is detected. This will reduce the costs of data collection and will make info recovery more likely. Besides computers, there are other electronic storage devices that can be the target of criminal activity, and data forensics also deal with hacked USB devices, DVDs or voice mail systems. Memory hard drives are now incorporated even in fax and photocopy machines so that many of the documents can be recovered afterwards.

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The Good And The Bad – Data Recovery Software

Data Recovery Manually

If you are like me, then you spend a lot of time on the computer. Whether the time you spend on the PC (or Mac) is for business or pleasure, then you are part of the IT revolution.

Not all files are actually lost or deleted. Some just become corrupt. In this case, data recover software can actually fix the file so it can be accessed again. Files such as Word documents or PowerPoint presentations that have been corrupted and will not open may benefit from data recovery software. There’s nothing like having to give a big presentation at work and not being able to open the file you worked so hard on.

Data recovery software can make even novice PC users look like Microsoft geeks, and can save you from having to ship your hard drive over long distances for extended periods so that a data recovery service can examine it and decide whether or not your data is salvageable.

If I was to backup my Outlook files and save them onto my hard disk, then all I have is one copy. If my hard disk was to fail, then all my emails and my backup of my emails have gone! So if Outlook wants to create a backup, I would suggest making 2 more copies of this backup.

The Limits Of Data Recovery Software

Another little-known characteristic of data recovery software is that it is, very often, task-specific. In other words, not all data recovery software is equipped to deal with every type of data loss. Some software will retrieve lost email information and some will find lost passwords. But there is comprehensive data recovery software as well, so make sure you understand what you are buying.

Be sure that you understand all that may be involved to use the software correctly and more important, be sure that you understand fully how to recover or correct data or hardware issues. You may cause yourself more problems in the long run if you attempt to fix issues with out full knowledge.

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How do I Back up my Data? - 12 Top Tips

It used to be the case that you would backup everything on your computer by using floppy disks.Today, when one sound or graphics file can easily be larger than the capacity of a disk, it would not be practical to back up even you documents on floppies, let alone your applications.  Luckily there are better options including Zip disks, CD writers, tape drives, external hard drives and even online backup services.You can also compress your backed up files so that they take up less space.  Follow the below pointers and you will be able to find the media that is best suited to your needs.

1) Determine the approximate quantity and file sizes you will be backing up.

2) Figure out the quantity and file sizes of any documents or other applications you want to archive permanantly to a backup device or removable media.

3) Plan for that amount of information to grow in the future.

4) You should figure out your budget for a backup storage device and removable media to use with it.

5) Consider if you plan to archive photographs or scanned files, need portability of the media or the drive itself, wish to record music for playback on some other equipment, or need ease of use.Weigh these factors against your need to back up files.

6) Calculate the cost per MB of media for each drive you are considering.zip drives themselves are relatively cheap but the disks aren't.

7) You may decide that you want to buy a 100MB zip drive if you need limited storage capability (less than 1GB).  An external parallel port or USB Zip drive provides the most versatility and portability.  Buy a 250MB Zip drive if your storage needs are moderate (a few GB). 

8) Buy an internal zip drive if you will only use the drive for backup and you are able to install it by yourself (installation fees add up).

9) Consider buying a CD-RW drive if your storage needs are more moderate and you will regularly back up more than 500MB of data.

10) Consider buying a Jaz drive or perhaps even a tape backup drive if you will be backing up large amounts of data regularly.

11) Buy an external hard disk if you will need a lot of space, wont be keeping the old backups and dont need portability.

12)  If you require additional security, data protection and the ability to recover your data quickly then online data backup should be a serious consideration.

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