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WEB DEVELOPMENT

Really? You Don`t Need A Website Disaster And Recovery Program? Why?
By: Manny Jao II
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    2007-05-05

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  • Really? You Don`t Need A Website Disaster And Recovery Program? Why?
  • It's all about...
  • What about fires...
  • Because downtime is...
  • You see, each...
  • Another website component...
  • You sure wouldn't...
  • Backup all your...
  • Collaborate if you're...
  • Remember, this disaster...

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    Really? You Don`t Need A Website Disaster And Recovery Program? Why? - What about fires...


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    What about fires in the datacenter where your server is located or maybe a hard disk failure on your web hosting server? There are even cases of errors in technical configurations, substandard server hardwares, overcrowded hosting servers, technical incompetence of support staff and other problems your host wouldn't tell you about.

    These disasters have ruined too many online businesses in the past. And my websites are not spared as well. Believe me when I tell you that it happened to my websites many times even on my own dedicated server! It only shows that disasters do happen and even your webhost sometimes cannot do anything about it.

    Website hacking and defacing, viruses and worms, server crashes, server hardware failures, datacenter fires, network failures, electrical faults, technical support errors, long recurring service downtimes and other website disasters can immediately put you out of business. And that's just one of the effects. Not to mention loss of face, loss of opportunities and loss of time.

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