Paragon Software Group found that one in five businesses have experienced data loss. Human error and hardware failure are just some of the reasons for loss. But there’s another more sinister reason behind data loss. The FBI estimates that 500 million computers a year are hacked. Some of those hacks include ransomware, where your device is locked down and the hacker demands money to unlock your device and files. Continue reading
Suppose, one fine morning, you wake up and decide to start working on your website right from the beginning of the day. You sit before your computer, open your browser and enter the URL of your website. But nothing happens. You try again and again, but nothing simply happens.
A deep feeling of helplessness starts creeping into your veins as you have lost your years of hard work, time and investment. Everything is gone forever.
You certainly don’t want to have an experience in your life. Isn’t it?
Hopefully not. So, this is the article for everyone who wants to learn about backing up their WordPress site, from head to toe. If you are a beginner and don’t know much about backups, or if you are vested with a couple of years of experience but haven’t thought of taking backups ever, then this article is for you.
After you finish reading this article, you will learn almost everything you need to know about WordPress backups and will be able to build your own “perfect WordPress backup plan”. It’s simply not possible for me to give you a generalized backup plan that will serve the needs of millions of websites, as every single website is different, therefore there cannot be a single plan to protect every website in this world.
Armed with all the essential information’s and the right tools, you can create a “perfect backup plan” of your own and serve the main purpose of this article. Continue reading