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Really? You Don`t Need A Website Disaster And Recovery Program? Why?
By: Manny Jao II
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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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    2. Second, BACKUP ALL your website files, scripts and databases on your local hard drive, another remote server or another offsite media. This means you'll download, store and update these files from time to time. You have to do this patiently on schedule (better once a week or best daily if you have high traffic database-driven websites). You will use these backup files to restore your website to its latest state when disaster strikes. Usually, web hosting control panels like Cpanel, Plesk, Ensim and Webmin have a backup and restore facility page where you can do this. Please check your control panel manual for details.

    3. Third, LEARN how TO recover and RESTORE your websites to its latest state. Since your online business is important, you must be able to quickly recover from any disaster. A quick restoration plan should be in place and rehearsed during the "good times" so that when "bad times" come, you're well prepared for it. Remember, if you know how to build your websites, you must also know how to rebuild it too. This is needed not only during disasters but also if you're transferring to another web host or web server.

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