backups

  • Dropmysite Upgrades As It Moves Into Enterprise Market

    Dropmysite Upgrades As It Moves Into Enterprise Market

    Dropmysite┬áhas beefed up its site backup product with new features, as it pushes harder into the enterprise market. Its product now includes features like incremental backups, public key authentication and PostgreSQL database support, it said. Backups start at 10Gb for $19.99. The Singaporean company was started in September 2011. But it was a side project, Dropmyemail that suddenly became a hit… Read More

  • Wired tells us how to convert HD DVD to Blu-ray

    Wired tells us how to convert HD DVD to Blu-ray

    Holy crap, this almost seems like more trouble than it’s worth but if you’re looking to convert your “old” HD DVDs to Blu-ray, Wired’s How-To Wiki has got you covered. You’ll need a fast Windows machine, an HD DVD drive, a Blu-ray burner, 30GB of hard drive space, money, and a bunch of software. Read More

  • Oh Snap! Biz 2.0 Doesn't Do Backups!

    Oh Snap! Biz 2.0 Doesn't Do Backups!

    The worst possible scenario for a print magazine is for your entire future issue to be completely wiped out in a hard drive failure. Now that you’ve read that sentence and most likely this article’s title, I’m sure you can put two and two together to find out which magazine lost its entire June issue thanks to data failure. Funny how a magazine that’s always ranting on and… Read More

  • WiiXT Modchip Allows DVD Playback  On The Wii

    WiiXT Modchip Allows DVD Playback On The Wii

    With no PS3 modchip in sight, it seems hackers and tinkerers have moved on to thoroughly exploiting the Nintendo Wii. WiiXT, the latest modchip to come out of hiding, is being touted as the “Ultimate Wii Modchip” by its creators. Why? Maybe because it’ll allow any Wii or Gamecube backup to be played, keeps VC support, and allows region-free playback of DVDs. It looks like a solid… Read More