After reading our previous backup blog post, you should now have your house in order. Your iPhone and iPad have backups to iTunes, and your files are scheduled for daily backups to an external USB hard drive. So, what happens if there is a fire or flood or some other disaster? It’s a good idea… Read more »
PG&E is at it again, taking away our power for at least half the day on Monday, February 22. We’ll keep things going from various home offices, but phone service and bugbase access will be limited.
You buy insurance. You fund your IRA and/or 401K and take the time to find a good school for your kids. You plan for the future and the preservation of what you have. Yet, when it comes to the preserving your digital documents, often times you forget. Maybe you went out and bought external hard… Read more »
If you’re busy developing software, the last thing you want to deal with is writing a test plan. After you spend so much time designing and coding, it’s easy to get tunnel vision while throwing together your test plan towards the end, resulting in missing key features. A test plan is one of the most… Read more »