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Backup is the computing function of making copies of data to enable recovery from data loss.
Backup may also refer to:
- Backup (software), Apple Mac software
- Backup and Restore, Windows software
- Backup software, the software that performs this function
- List of backup software, specific software packages, loosely categorized
- Backup site, part of a disaster recovery plan
Electrical power facilities
- Battery backup, the use of batteries to continue operation of electrical devices in the absence of utility electric power
- Backup battery, similar to above
- Backup generator, the use of a generator to achieve a similar purpose
- Backup band, a band who plays music in support of a lead musician
- Backing vocalist, one who sings in harmony with a "lead vocalist"
- "Back Up" (Danity Kane song), a song by Danity Kane from their album Danity Kane
- "Back Up" (Pitbull song), a song by American rapper Pitbull. It was released on August 3, 2004
- "Back Up" (Dej Loaf song), a song by Dej Loaf feat. Big Sean
- "Back Up" (Snoop Dogg song), a song by American rapper Snoop Dogg. It was released on November 18, 2015
- Backup camera, a camera on the rear of a vehicle, used while moving backwards
- Backup accident, a type of car accident
- Traffic backup, a traffic jam
- Backing up, driving a vehicle in reverse gear
- Back-up goaltender, an ice hockey team's second-string goaltender
- Backup (TV series), a BBC series about a police Operational Support Unit
- Backup, a 2009 work of interactive fiction by Gregory Weir
- Backup gun, an additional gun other than the primary duty gun
- Backup, in sports, a substitute player for a player in the starting lineup
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