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'''If I'm an emeritus faculty member, can I install CrashPlan?'''
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==If I'm an emeritus faculty member, can I install CrashPlan?==
 
No. At this time, we are only able to back up computers College/Conservatory-owned faculty and staff computers. We do not have the resources to backup additional computers.
 
No. At this time, we are only able to back up computers College/Conservatory-owned faculty and staff computers. We do not have the resources to backup additional computers.
  
'''Can I install CrashPlan on my home, personal, or spouse's computer?'''
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==Can I install CrashPlan on my home, personal, or spouse's computer?==
 
No. CIT is only able to back up computers that have been provided to you by the College and are used for College work.
 
No. CIT is only able to back up computers that have been provided to you by the College and are used for College work.
  
'''Do I need to use both TimeMachine and CrashPlan if I have a Mac with a provided external drive?'''
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==Do I need to use both TimeMachine and CrashPlan if I have a Mac with a provided external drive?==
 
No. CrashPlan is considered a replacement for TimeMachine and you do not need to continue backing up in both places. Once you have installed CrashPlan, you can stop using your TimeMachine drive for regular backups.
 
No. CrashPlan is considered a replacement for TimeMachine and you do not need to continue backing up in both places. Once you have installed CrashPlan, you can stop using your TimeMachine drive for regular backups.

Revision as of 16:17, 17 August 2015

If I'm an emeritus faculty member, can I install CrashPlan?

No. At this time, we are only able to back up computers College/Conservatory-owned faculty and staff computers. We do not have the resources to backup additional computers.

Can I install CrashPlan on my home, personal, or spouse's computer?

No. CIT is only able to back up computers that have been provided to you by the College and are used for College work.

Do I need to use both TimeMachine and CrashPlan if I have a Mac with a provided external drive?

No. CrashPlan is considered a replacement for TimeMachine and you do not need to continue backing up in both places. Once you have installed CrashPlan, you can stop using your TimeMachine drive for regular backups.