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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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    You see, each webmaster should have a comprehensive plan of action. Your disaster and recovery program should not only target your webpages (html, images, photos, audios, zips and other files). You should know that there are other website components that you need to take care of too.

    For example, many websites nowadays have MYSQL databases installed to store and manage their customers, sales, products, files and visitors data among other things. MYSQL is free to use so many people naturally are using it for their website scripts. There is a good chance that you are using or have used it too, right?

    So when disaster strikes, not only are your webpages at risk, your precious MYSQL databases are also at risk. Most of the time, webmasters have local backups of the webpages, files and scripts on their hard drive which can be easily restored. But MYSQL databases need a special backup procedure for you to extract it straight from your website control panel. You can't easily create it and upload it like your html, pdfs and zip files. Your web hosting server creates and grows these databases for you real time. So if you're not technically inclined to know this as a webmaster, you might disregard it and face the risk of loss in the future. Yet losing your business data is like losing your business continuity. Once it's lost, you'll find it hard to recover.

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