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Back to School Organization Strategy

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School is back in session! The beginning of the school year is a fresh slate. One way for students to get started on the right foot is to get organized.
But let’s face it. With the hectic lives you lead, staying organized can be a challenge.
Storing and backing up school files on a portable drive, like a My Passport drive, are effective organization strategies. It makes living a hectic student life easier because you can save all the school files you need on a small device that fits comfortably in the palm of your hand, and take your files wherever you go.
If you use a cloud-based service to complete homework projects and essay papers, you can gain added capacity with a portable drive…and get double backup on your most important files!

Screenshot_2.pngHow a Portable Drive Works

A portable drive, like My Passport drive, is easy to use. Just plug it into your laptop with the included USB 3.0 cable, and start transferring files from your computer. You can choose to back up to the drive itself or to your Dropbox cloud-service account.

School isn’t all about studying. It’s also about strong friendships and good times. Portable hard drives can help store all your essential school data with plenty of room for fun files, too. Photos of your friends and family. Funny videos. Your favorite music. Your digital life can go wherever you go!


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