In California, insurance companies will require a minimum of two employes and want to see your unemployment insurance contributions to verify that both are working for the company. If you have fewer than 50 employees then everybody is charged according to age.
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fast forward to Grum Botnet part of timeline.
The initial Level 0 backup for my 2.5TB took weeks, yes, but eventually completed.
My backups are encrypted before they go over the wire. I'm fairly sure this is not a feature unique to Backblaze.
in the short run and in the long run. Also, storing locally does nothing to protect you from flood, fire, theft, etc... Backblaze is $5/mo, unlimited storage. I'm sure there are others with similar/better deals. What's a NAS inside a fireproof safe going to cost?
If ever there was an app to be cracked, it must be this. Think of the possibilities --
Mitt selects Daffy Dick
the adult film star?
but whenever I read his name, my mind keeps wandering to Stephen R. Donaldson novels and off the point he's trying to make.
I'd query that.
Too bad it will return zero results.
Aren't you going to need one humongous extension cord?
Since it works so well, right?
Yes. Keep your domain name and move the site to a new domain with a redirect left behind. If they are also using the domain for email, provide forwarding. If there are other services involved, you'd need to provide more detail first.
Doesn't "backing up to the cloud" mean that you still have the original copy stored locally?
People who fail to keep backups deserve everything they have coming to them.
You document what's there. You've already started that. Next you document what's deficient. Then you put together a plan that, in stages, makes things better. Then you propose that plan to your management in terms that make sense to business people (happier customers, money saved, disaster avoided, etc...). Then you execute the plan.
I have hired five PhD's over the course of my career (maybe more, but five that I remember). All of the where hired based on what they did / what they could do and not on the basis of their theses. Granted my statistical sample is tiny, but there you go.