Disasters happen when you are not expecting and make you panic. So it is important that you prepared for it during normal course of time. Similarly you should have a disaster recovery plan for your WordPress site to handle emergency situations.
The Best Way to Backup, Restore & Move a WordPress Site
Why do we need to have a disaster recovery plan in place?
If your WordPress-powered website was destroyed tomorrow how would you deal with it, and what impact would it have on your business? These days, any number of disasters can take down your website: from hackers to hardware failures, to self-inflicted damage — do you really know and understand those strange commands you just copied into the command line? This is about more than having a backup. This screencast guides you through the process of creating your own WordPress disaster plan. This screencast is for site owners who are self-hosting their WordPress websites. Kirk, great reminder of importance of site disaster planning and all components we need to backup. Now to learn about some solutions … on to the next video!
What Will You Do in Disaster?
What is a recovery plan? There can be many reasons for a site to lose all of its data. It can be a machine error or a human mistake. If currently, you don't have an established data recovery idea for your WordPress Website then chances are, down the line, your data is in danger. On the other hand, if you do have a WordPress disaster recovery plan enabled for your site, then you are following good practices to keep your site secured at all times and meet all sort of technical contingencies. Even though many companies nowadays do not have such Website calamity recovery scheme to keep their sites secure, there are many tools available that can help you in availing this fantastic feature for your WordPress Website security. Indeed, how soon and how well your site recovers from a disaster depends on how well you have planned to meet that disaster.