Most of you have poured your heart and soul into your blog or website. Think of the countless hours you have spent tweaking and perfecting every little detail. Now, imagine waking up one morning to find it all destroyed or even yet, completely gone. It is every blogger’s nightmare to deal with a catastrophe like this. [Read more…]
Everyone knows that you have to back your data up regularly. Everyone.
But how many people actually do it on a regular basis? How many actually back up their data at least once a month? How often do you back up your data?
Okay, I’m not going to hide it. I am one of the hard headed ones who know how important it is to back data up and yet don’t do it as often as possible.
You already know that there’s a 50/50 chance that Twitter will be down when you go to login. But what if the service went down for the count? I know it’s highly unlikely, but as we enter the digital age at full stride, it’s a safe bet that there will be some harsh lessons learned. Don’t be a victim. [Read more…]
It may not have been the largest free blogging platform available, but for anyone who used JournalSpace for their blog the events of the last week were catastrophically significant.
Three days ago, JournalSpace lost all of its data. Yes, all of it. The hardware itself was intact, which means that either the OS X Server suffered a major failure or someone with malicious intent wiped the hard drives. [Read more…]