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Backing Up Your Data is the First Step to Disaster Proofing Your Business

Happy World Backup Day! On this day we’d like to take today to remind everyone why off-site backups are the best way to protect your mission-critical data. If something catastrophic occurs – whether it is a ransomware attack, a natural disaster, or simply a hardware failure – you do not want to lose anything essential. […]

Worst Case Scenario: Here’s What Can Happen If You Fail To Maintain A Backup

Recently, a community site known as Myth Weavers suffered a catastrophic database failure. The site, which stores information for a variety of different board games, is – or perhaps I should say, was – widely-used in the tabletop community. Unfortunately, earlier this month, a routine prune by the site’s administrator went horribly wrong.

Are You Making These Five Huge Cloud Backup Mistakes?

Data protection and disaster recovery are now more important than ever before. Enterprise data is growing at a faster rate than ever before, to the point that many traditional backup solutions cannot keep up. That is where the cloud comes in. With its immense flexibility, near-infinite capacity, and ease of connectivity, cloud storage makes for […]

These 3 Managed Hosting Benefits Add Huge Value to Your Website

As an owner of a web agency, there is little to your craft you can’t handle. You’ve proven your domain knowledge, marketing prowess, client management, and leadership skills. You wear many hats and they all look exceptionally good on you. But, even if you can do it all – should you? Running a digital agency, […]

Expensive Data Loss Be Damned – Backups Saved the Day

The importance of data backup is one of those things that we all agree with, but don’t always act on. After all, backups are one of the best ways to protect your business from expensive data loss and unplanned downtime – a phenomenon that costs businesses over $1.7 trillion dollars annually. However, not every business […]

How to Manage WordPress Plugins & Protect Your Site

The number one security issue with WordPress is third party plugins and themes, and the number one problem with those WordPress plugins and themes is site owners (like your clients) who don’t keep them up to date. New versions of WordPress plugins may very well include security patches, and the more versions that are skipped, […]