I wish I could tell you that Ontario is a very beautiful place for all people, all the time. Well, just like with anything else in life, Ontario is a great place for most people most of the time. That’s the best we can do.
It can’t be all things to all people all the time. That’s just not going to happen. That’s not even logically possible.
Why? Well, take the case of missing cell phones.
If you travel extensively, you know at the back of your head that there is always a chance that you will lose stuff. The smaller the device, the easier it is to carry around, the easier it is to take from Point A to Point B, the higher the chance that you will lose it.
You may not lose it now, but there’s a chance that you will lose it long into the future. In fact, the more you move around, the more you take action, the higher the chance that somehow, some way, you will lose out.
Now, here’s the thing. Whether you are traveling to Ontario, Canada for personal vacation purposes or for purely business reasons, it doesn’t really matter. If you find yourself in a strange place that you haven’t been to before, chances are, you might get distracted.
Chances are, your attention will not focus on where it should go, and sooner or later, things get knocked loose, or things fall between the cracks and you end up with a missing cell phone. Now, you probably don’t need me to remind you of how much of a disaster this is.
I know that disaster seems like a strong word. A lot of people might think that I’m being over dramatic. A lot of people might think that I’m over reacting by using that word, but let’s face it. A lot of the pictures and videos you take with your personal mobile phone cannot be re-shot.
That’s right. When your kid does something funny and you capture the memory by taking a video of him or her, you’re not going to have another copy of that.
Unless you have the presence of mind to somehow, some way, back up all the personally meaningful media that you shot with your phone, your phone pretty much holds all those precious personal family memories.
Now, what if your phone was lost? You probably couldn’t care less about the Samsung or iPhone unit that you lost. You can easily buy a new unit.
What you care more about is the precious data in your phone. And unfortunately, this happens all the time.
Do yourself a big favor and give yourself a way of recovering your phone on your next visit to Ontario.
How do you do this? First, go to handyorten-24.de and download their app. Install it on your phone and set your phone to geo-location.
In other words, your phone is always giving out your location. In the event that you misplace your phone or, worse yet, your phone gets stolen from you, your phone will send signals to handyorten-24.de. You log in to this website and you will know exactly where your phone is.
Of course, there’s a time limit to this. Your phone can only send out a signal for as long as its battery is alive.
Maybe you have an hour, maybe you have 9 hours, it doesn’t really matter. At least you have another shot at recovering your phone and the amazing memories it contains.
Now, with that said, it’s really important to make sure that you race around the clock to get your phone because you only have a limited time to retrieve your phone.
Still, by making sure that you have the proper app installed and your phone is properly configured, you at least have a chance at recovering your phone and retrieving your important memories.
If anything, this article should remind you to always back up or otherwise sync your mobile devices. The stakes are too high.
So do yourself a big favor, sign up to handyorten-24.de and also back up your phone.