waderoush 0 Posted January 31, 2009 Share Posted January 31, 2009 I would be curious to hear someone from Evernote explain what the company does to guard against a data loss on the scale of what apparently happened to bookmarking service ma.gnolia this week (see http://blog.wired.com/business/2009/01/ ... uffer.html) -- total loss and/or corruption of both primary and backup databases.Granted, if Evernote users are synching their notes to their desktop/laptop, a server-side disaster wouldn't lead to total data loss. But it would be disruptive nonetheless, considering how many people (like me) are starting to store their whole lives on Evernote.So, what kind of redundancy do you guys have? My publication was once shut down for two days due to an explosion at our hosting service, The Planet, in Houston. Which isn't the kind of thing you can plan for, but still, we cussed ourselves for not shelling out for an off-site backup server. Link to comment
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