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Ask Dr. Z-Where do I keep my contact list/phone numbers? How do I keep them safe?

We all have address books, calendars, checkbooks and all kids of important information that we carry around or save on our computers or videophones.

We often forget or neglect to do one important thing–backing up all of this in case something breaks or crashes.

What Dr. Z does for himself–he keeps everything online–on the web (or the “cloud” for all his key information, protected by passwords, of course.

Why does Dr. Z do this? He has been in the technology field for over 40 years and has been witness to many stories of disasters, lost information all those years.

Some videophones such as the VP-200 keep your information on the videophone–in cases where the videophone crashes or whatever–while waiting for the vendor to replace the videophone–where is the contact list–where is the address book? It is temporarily in a “black hole” while waiting for it to be replaced. And you won’t have access to it while waiting for it to be repaired or replaced.

Is there a solutiuon?

Of course–“My Contacts” offered by ZVRS on their website-www.zvrs.com

“My Contacts”, after you set up your profile, allows you to keep your contact list and phone numbers in a safe place. It is always on the web, so it won’t be lost. When you visit your friends and you need a phone number–just go to the web and pull up “My Contacts.”

When you have one of the Z-Phones (Z-150, Z-340, Z-Ojo and Z4), the contacts are automatically loaded down to the Z-Phones.

Peace of mind, guaranteed!

Dr. Z cares about your communication access.

Disclosure: Dr. Z is a contractor working with CSDVRS on several projects.

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