Blog Management and BlueHost

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Blog Management

Blog Management is dependant on having a robust security management process implemented. That includes both a Threat and Vulnerability process and an understanding of the business impact analysis

Blog Management – This month we migrated our blog from our old ISP BlueHost.  They had given us an introductory offer to host our blog for 3 years for $129. That was great.  When we got the renewal notice the price for the same offering was now almost $1,000.  We opted out of that arrangement and now host it on another server.

When we tried to restore the history from our backup we found a number of issues that we were not able to resolve with the Updraft Plus WordPress Backup Plugin.  Since we had severed our relationship with BlueHost we decided to start our blog fresh with the new provider.

Below are some posts that we have added to this new blog to provide fresh content.

Over time we will add more content to this site.  We will put any blog management topics in the category called Blog Management.

Enjoy and please add comments. Be aware that we review 100% of the comments before they are posted.  In addition, we do run a spam checker which flags 99% of the pure spam that people try to post.

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M. Victor Janulaitis is the founder and CEO of Janco Associates. His focus and that of the firm is the management and support of IT professionals improving infrastructure. His expertise is in organizational infrastructure, security, cost control, disaster recovery business continuity; information privacy; and staff development.

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  1. jstamms

    I am sorry to see the loss of that data. But what happened points out what some ISP do. First, they entice you with a low entry price. They do something to the open source application which will make it difficult to move. Then when the grace period is over, they jack up the price.

    Most people have no place to go, so they pay the inflated price to just stay in business.

    I also had a site on that provider, they had a major outage and gave the users who were impacted nothing.

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