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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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    Another website component is your website scripts. They need a disaster and recovery plan too. Say for example you purchased a PHP script that has an auto-install auto-update feature from the seller. Most often than not, you have no copy of this script on your local harddrive (since the seller might have installed it for you for free) much more the version updates that are automatically applied to your website each time the seller releases a new one.

    If you fail to backup your whole PHP script configuration, then it will be very hard for you to restore this script to its last state. Imagine getting back to version 1 or older version of your scripts. You'll end up paying the seller or a top programmer lots of money to restore this for you if you're even lucky enough to have the script from the seller again for free. If not, you have to pay for it again.

    Crazy eh?

    What a waste of money just because you don't have a disaster and recovery plan. Not only that. You will lose face, customers or visitors, momentum, opportunities and most of all, time to recover and restore everything to its last working condition.

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