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Though considered by many to be the latest advent in information technology, Cloud Computing has its roots laid down in the 1960s in the form of a global computer network. It has since evolved from many phases. From grid and utility computing to the latest addition in 2009 of Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud Computing has come a long way. However, it has gained much traction with the turn of the century. People now…

Data has assumed enormous significance in recent times. This is mainly because most businesses today generate a huge amount of data which is used for a wide variety of purposes. From understanding the customer to fine-tuning your marketing strategy, everything requires data. This huge relevance makes data a cornerstone for the success of any organization. It is critical for organizations to backup their data to ensure that they hold on to their “oil” in the…

Imagine you have a blog or an e-commerce website and suddenly one day you lose all your data. You try to figure out ways to recover it but all in vain. It is then you realize you never took a backup. Backups are essential to ensuring the retrieval of your website data. Backing up your data manually is alright when you have just begun but, as your website grows and the data increases, you would…

Imagine a broken template or a plugin code, website crash or writing a post and deleting it, only to realize the previous draft was better. But the issue is you cannot go back to the previous version. Scary isn’t it? But don’t panic, with WordPress it’s easy to take backups and undo changes to the code as well as posts alike with backup and restore. In this post, we’ll learn how to undo changes in…

With data stored in multiple locations, hosting servers and on several devices, loss of data at such a level could be very detrimental. Such a situation could put IT administrators in a fix. Providing a quick resolution to such an issue, recovering the data and minimizing the downtime is not that easy. Not all data can be recovered. Mistakes are bound to happen even by an IT administrator which could eventually lead to the loss…