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Time to schedule your backups properly

BackWPup: The All-in-one WordPress Files and DB Backup Utility

Your Web server is somehow nuked — could be anything from an attack to a silly mistake from the webmaster. Maybe the only way to get back on track is to restore the…

Dealing with post revisions in WordPress Database

Dealing with WordPress Post Revisions

Did you know WordPress, like a good boy, saves all post/page revisions in your DB — by default — for those just-in-case situations where you might need to revert to an old version?…

So much to backup

Demystifying Backups

Backups are a crucial part of our digital lives, yet they don’t always get the love they deserve. Keeping backups is sometimes confusing, thanks partly to the jargon — should I have “differential”…

Keep things synchronised

Keep Your Data Synchronised Across Desktops and Online Services with GNOME Conduit

GNOME Conduit, a synchronisation tool for the GNOME desktop, enables users to synchronise email, files, bookmarks, photos, contacts, and personal information, with another computer, Web-based service or an electronic device. This article provides…

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