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Hi, I will assist,Yes, Norton backup is good http://us.norton.com/online-backup/, but only if you use Norton security, then I suggest to use Norton 360 product as it includes both security and backup:http://us.norton.com/norton-360-multi-device/If you do not want to use Norton security feature, but only want to use backup feature, then I suggest:There is a good free backup service called Dropbox https://www.dropbox.com/; it lets you back up to 2GB capacity for free. You can pay for more backup. If you have more data to backup, a better priced option is Mozy backup:http://www.mozy.com/More details:http://www.macworld.com/article/1156511/whatonlinebackupservice.htmlPlease reply if you have any further question. Thank you
This is helpful and I can use Norton on my Mac. I was wondering if a separate hard drive would be as good as the online backup services. Also, I thought Apple computers might have specific backups they recommend, i.e., iCloud and/or Time Machine, or hard drive backups specifically made for Macs. Your information is helpful and I will rate it an OK. I would have liked a bit more specific Apple information/instruction.
Thanks, James. Your answers addressed my concerns and provided me with substantial tools to take care of the issues with my Apple product. I appreciate that!