MacLife

PROTECT   YOUR DIGITAL LIFE

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Safeguard your data, in case of disaster

increasingly reliant on digital content, which impacts heavily on things that are important to us all. Cherished memories exist as photos and videos inside of computers. Schedules and appointments appear on calendars on your Mac, rather than scrawled on paper equivalents pinned to a wall. Essential documents for managing your home and work are less commonly

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