Do you have a disaster recovery plan for your WordPress site?
Why do you need it? Can your business continue to function if you were to lose your data? If your answer is a clear no, then having a disaster recovery plan is a must for you. At some point down the road, your data is going to be in danger. It could be a machine…
WordPress Backup and Restore
WordPress Backup and Restore form the two pillars of your site protection strategy. With WordPress’s growing popularity, the attacks are ever on the rise. Evil lurks around every corner, literally. From server failures to hacker attacks, there are many things that can cost you your data. Yes, the data that took you years to build. It…
Your S3 Website Backups are Unsafe
Most of the popular free and paid backup plugins such as Backup Buddy or Updraft Plus come with the ability to store the backups on a cloud service like Amazon S3. Offsite storage of the backup is a critical requirement for any good backup solution. If you are not using offsite backups, do so right…
Files to skip when backing up your website
Backing up your website is important. Daily backups for a website with a blog that is updated frequently is even more important. Now when you’re doing backups that often, you would want to make sure that you’re not backing up the wrong data or unnecessary data. Why? Well every backup you take costs you. It…
Rules of Backup: Nuclear Bomb Proof
When I was in school, I had visited the offices of Texas Instruments on a field trip. One of the most awesome things I saw there was a hard wood basket ball court, 3 stories within the ground. Well, in school you do pay attention to the basket ball court, more than the other equipment buried deep underground….
End of content
End of content