Episode 466: Simple Steps to Protecting Your Client’s Files – Livingston Lee

As a creative, you’re likely avoiding the technical aspects and responsibilities that come with protecting your client’s files. We get it—securely setting up a backup system can feel intimidating.

In episode 466 of the Bokeh Podcast, Livingston Lee reviews the 3-2-1 rule to protecting your files and why it’s so important for you to prioritize your backup system. Listen in as he shares his own system and the tools he prefers to use in his business!

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Client Experience: Be upfront, honest, and humble. (13:23)

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Delegation/Outsourcing: Editing (23:48)

Book Recommendations: (32:11)
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Protecting Your Images & Data (34:35)

Have a Backup by Shooting on Two Cards (38:51)

The Three, Two, One Rule: 3 copies of your data in 2 formats and 1 copy offsite. (44:09)
1. Original – On computer
2. Copy 1 – NAT Server (Synology) (Format 1)
3. Copy 2 – Server Backed Up to External Hard drive (Format 2)
4. Copy 3 – Backblaze Backup

Using Backblaze (53:12)

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