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  • uditberlia 5:53 am on October 21, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Do you know that you can view modified files in a backup for Dropmysite? 

    Dropmysite has recently launched a new feature to view the modified files in the backup.

    This will enable a website admin to verify the changes that he has made in his latest release and to ensure it has backed up properly. Planning for rollbacks are also possible using this feature in association with selective restore feature. Steps to follow to view your modified emails are:

    1. Please sign in to your dropmysite account.
    2. Once signed in click on the backup history for the website you wish to see the details.
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    4. You can now view all the backups for your website. Please click on any backup to view the modified files in that backup
    5. DMS Snapshop2
    6. Go to the tab which says “Modified” and click on View Changes icon that is located on the far right of each record
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    8. You can view your changed in the pop-up window that appears.
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  • uditberlia 5:36 am on October 21, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Dropmymobile the most secured mobile cloud solution 

    It wasn’t long ago that “the cloud” was looked at as a somewhat mysterious new technology that aimed to change the way we use devices of all types. At its core, cloud-based technology allows users to have access to all of their information from any device on Earth with an Internet connection. Do you need to take a document with you home from work to finish editing it? Put those CDs or flash drives away and just upload it to the cloud. Are you collaborating with classmates on a particular project and want to be able to easily track changes and make sure that everyone has access to the latest information? The cloud can do all of that and more.

    Instead of storing files locally on the user’s hard drive, cloud-based technology stores these devices on a series of servers that are always connected to the Internet. Not only is this a great way to expedite file sharing and free up space on local hard disk drives, but it’s also a great way to make sure that all of your information is safe and secure. In the event that your hard drive crashes, for example, you don’t have to worry about it having taken weeks or even years of precious documents along with it. They’re all safe and secure in the cloud where they belong.

    Many cloud technology providers even offer military grade encryption features that are designed to prevent anything from happening to important and personal information. Apple was one of the biggest companies to take a bold step in the direction of a cloud-based world, having integrated a service called iCloud into all mobile devices running iOS 7. When paired with a Mac OS X device running the latest version of that operating system, the benefits were clear. Any time you added a new piece of information to the “Contacts” application on your MacBook, for example, you didn’t have to then switch over to your iPhone and make the same adjustment. So long as you were syncing everything with your iCloud account, all information is always in all places at the same time.

    The same held true for pictures. You didn’t have to worry about syncing your iPhone with iTunes to back up all of those great personal pictures that you’ve taken with your device over the years. Simply log into iCloud on both your iPhone and your computer and the pictures are in both places automatically. iCloud truly appeared to be a safe, secure way to make sure that you always have access to your important information wherever you go.

    That is, until recent events have thrust the iCloud service and Apple in general into the news for all of the wrong reasons. With a Smartphone as popular as the iPhone, it is not unreasonable to believe that a huge number of different types of people all use the device on a daily basis – from regular Joes to celebrities and everyone in between.

    In early September of 2014, it was revealed that a lengthy hack had been taking place of Apple’s iCloud servers for quite some time. The nude and risqué photographs of dozens of celebrities, including actresses like Jennifer Lawrence of “X-Men: Days of Future Past” and “The Hunger Games,” were leaked onto the Internet through a website called 4chan. These pictures weren’t stolen along with the celebrities’ cell phones. The celebrities didn’t give someone unauthorized access to their hard disk drives and ended up paying dearly for it. The hack was the result of lax security protocols in the iCloud service that people had previously put so much of their trust in.

    The hack itself proved to be quite intricate in nature. For starters, there was no one “mystery hacker” that was distributing all of the pictures onto the Internet. Though not all information is available, it seemed to be the results of dozens of people all working in tandem over a period of several months or even years. These individuals would gain access to iCloud accounts through “brute force” methods – in general, they simply guessed the passwords that celebrities used to protect their accounts using challenge questions and publicly available information on the Internet.

    If your challenge question is “What was the name of your favorite pet?” and you’re just a regular person, you probably don’t have too much to worry about. When you’re a celebrity, the chances are high that you’ve been asked and have answered that question many times in interviews over the years.

    The leak itself has still not officially stopped. There is currently a third wave of pictures that are hitting the Internet and the pace shows no signs of slowing down. There is no telling exactly how many pictures were stolen and the total number of people they were stolen from until the proverbial dust truly settles.

    The recent iCloud hack is just one example of why services like Dropmymobile are so important.

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    Dropmymobile is the exact type of service that is designed for people who have ever worried about losing their phone, keeping track of multiple devices or even falling prey to prying eyes. Dropmymobile.com is a product that allows you to back up all data of Android devices to a secured server not only so that you have quick and immediate access to it in the future, but so that you don’t have to worry about the types of security breaches that iCloud celebrities fell prey to. Information is stored with military grade encryption to ease concerns.

    Dropmymobile even has a “Paranoid Mode” which gives the user a secret key to access all of their important information that is known only to them. The key is not saved anywhere except in the user’s head, making it impossible for a hacker to find out about it.

    Dropmymobile currently has a special promotion that allows users to get 10 gigabytes of cloud-based data for free for ten full months using code DMM1010. This is in addition to the five gigabytes of space that new users already get when downloading the product in the first place.

     
  • peterjustinyu 5:54 am on September 10, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Dropmysite adds mobile backup, Dropmymobile, to its award-winning product suite. 

    For Immediate Release, Singapore, Sept 10th ’14 – The Dropmymobile app has been designed, developed and now launched with the sole purpose of safeguarding users’ mobile data. This app is a one-stop solution to effortlessly backup and protect the users’ data.

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    “People are ever more reliant on their mobile phones to work and play. They are keeping tons of sensitive personal and business data on their mobile phones. We believe people need a way to back up, safeguard and restore this data,” says Charif El Ansari, CEO of Dropmysite.

     

    A top concern this app addresses is data security, highlighted by the recent iCloud mobile data hacking incident. This incident significantly calls into question the security and privacy of everyone’s mobile data.

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    To address this key concern, Dropmymobile introduces, “Paranoid mode”, a big boost to users’ security and privacy. This app helps keep hackers, administrators, and nosy significant others at bay. When activated, the back ups will be protected with a Secret Key that is unknown and inaccessible to ANYONE except the user. Dropmymobile does NOT save this Secret Key anywhere in their system or servers, making this app a private virtual safe box for everything confidential on the mobile.

    Dropmymobile users will be able to backup the following:

    - Contacts

    - SMS text messages

    - Photos

    - Videos

    - Music

    - Call logs

     

    The increasing dependence on mobile devices and the data within creates a greater need to ensure seamless continuity between phones – no matter what happens. After using the Dropmymobile app to back up the mobile device, users can restore the data to their new phone with just one click.

     

    The app also offers users the flexibility on back up choices. Dropmymobile users can choose what to back up from as many as 5 devices with just one Dropmymobile account.

     

    Adding on to flexibility of the app, with de-duplication of data, users would not waste additional storage for the same files.

     

    “With Android mobile shipments and market share at all time high, we launched Dropmymobile for Android and we are excited about the huge global market opportunity”, says Ron Hart, Dropmysite’s CTO.

     

    The Dropmymobile app comes with 5GB of free data storage and users can do in-app upgrade to add more storage:

     

    10GB   (plus 5GB free) $15 USD per year

    20GB (plus 5GB free) $30 USD per year

    50GB (plus 5GB free) $60 USD per year

    Unlimited $120 USD per year

     

    The first 10,000 downloads will get 10GB for 10 months free.

    Download Dropmymobile on the Google Play store or http://www.dropmymobile.com and enter PROMO CODE: DMM1010 to start securing your mobile phone today.

     

    Here’s a video that explains how Dropmymobile works:

     

    Additional Information:

     

    Dropmysite

    Dropmysite is an industry leader in backing up Cloud backup, archiving and security for websites, databases, emails and now mobile devices.

     

    Dropmysite has been featured on CNBC, Wall Street Journal, Venture Beat, Tech Crunch and more. In 2013, the company was selected as one of Singapore’s hottest startups. Today, the combined websites of Dropmysite / Dropmyemail has almost 1 million signups from around the globe, with offices in USA, India, Japan and Singapore.

     

     
  • uditberlia 10:45 am on August 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Industry backup leader, Dropmysite, hires Ex-GM of CloudFlare as COO 

    Singapore, Aug 26th 2014 – Ex-General Manager of StopTheHacker at CloudFlare, Inc., Ridley Ruth, has joined Dropmysite, as their new Chief Operating Officer. This addition sees Dropmysite strengthening their position as the leader in cloud backup and archiving.

     

    Ridley

    Ridley brings more than 15 years of industry knowledge to the Dropmysite Team.  His previous experience is in the areas of sales, marketing, business development and operations where he specialized in search engine optimization, website marketing, security as well as hard drive and software computer forensic duplication.  His last role was with CloudFlare running StopTheHacker as General Manager.

     

    As Dropmysite continues to build quality products and sign up partnership deals around the world, it attracts more seasoned industry veterans to join. Ruth, will bring more than 15 years of experience in strategic partnerships and product management to the business.

     “The importance of backing up your company’s website data has never been more important with 30,000 websites being hacked daily,” says Ruth. “Many customers cannot afford expensive security software to protect their website however for a few dollars a month Dropmysite makes it as easy as one click for customers to restore to a backup copy of their website or database when hacked.”

    Ruth is among other experienced personnel on board like CEO, Charif El Ansari (ex-Google). Ruth’s move will bring even more credibility to the company that aims to backup the Internet.

     “Ridley was a natural choice as COO with his stellar track record and deep relevant experience. We are thrilled to having Ridley on board as Dropmysite rapidly expands its global footprint,” says Charif El Ansari, CEO of Dropmysite.

    In 2012, Ruth was the VP of Sales at StopTheHacker, a SaaS based website security company. The firm built an artificial intelligence engine for detecting unknown malware on websites that can automatically remove malicious code as well as scan a companies’ Facebook wall.

    With Ruth’s help, the company’s prominence caught the attention of CloudFlare, who acquired it 10 months ago. CloudFlare operates a highly-available global network that has security measures built into every layer and regularly clocks in lightning-fast speeds. In the acquisition, Ruth was appointed General Manager at StopTheHacker.

    Along with his impressive resume, huge array of applicable skill sets and wide network of contacts, Ruth will build upon the great work already done on email, website and database cloud backups.

    “I look forward to working with the leadership team to position Dropmysite for growth and enhance the way we serve our customers and present our company to the marketplace,” said Ruth. “I believe that Dropmysite can become the world leader in website, email and mobile backup technologies,”

    Additional information:

    Dropmysite / Dropmyemail:

    Dropmyemail was launched on 1 March 2012 at DEMO Asia, the leading event for the best and brightest companies to launch to a global audience, and awarded the “DemoGURU” and “Freedom” Award.

    Today, this startup has been featured on CNBC, Wall Street Journal, Venture Beat, Tech Crunch and more. The company was selected amongst the hottest 20 startups by Singapore Business Review in 2013. The combined websites of Dropmysite / Dropmyemail has almost 1 million signups, offices in 4 countries (San Jose, USA / Mumbai, India / Tokyo, Japan / Singapore) and the website is translated into 10 languages (English / Traditional Chinese / Simplified Chinese / Hindi / Spanish / Korean / Japanese / Bahasa Indonesia / Thai / Portuguese).

     
    • Sandeep Yadav 6:11 am on September 9, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      That’s a great news. Hope dropmysite reaches new heights soon

    • uditberlia 6:21 am on September 9, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Thank You for the wishes Sandeep.

  • uditberlia 6:59 am on August 12, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Do you know how DME Archiver users can set up enterprise wide customized alerts with just a click of a button? 

    The more emails you get the more difficult it becomes to search through them. This becomes especially difficult, if you have a complex folder structure in your mailbox client wherein you might need to search in all folders. Imagine doing this for 100 email accounts within your organization.

    DME Archiver has solved this problem through the advanced search and alert functionality. It is now easy to do an enterprise wide email search with just a click of a button. This is especially important for eDiscovery. Also now the admin can get notifications of all important emails that come to any mailbox using the alert feature of DME Archive.

    Please click here to learn how?

     
  • uditberlia 6:56 am on August 12, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Four Steps to successfully sell backup 

    Do you want to increase your sales? Dropmysite shows how you can use an established sales framework to devise your own sales strategy and increase your sales.

    Please click here to read the complete white paper.

     
    • Sandeep Yadav 6:11 am on September 9, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks for compiling the whitepaper. It will be useful for me.

    • uditberlia 6:20 am on September 9, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      You are Welcome Sandeep.

  • uditberlia 4:46 am on August 8, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Dropmysite partners with premium Brazilian internet service provider Cipnet 

    Your favorite website backup service provider Dropmysite has partnered with Brazilian premium internet service provider company “Cipnet Serviços de Internet”. The service will be provided in Portuguese to all Brazilian customers.

    According to the new 2014 edition of the “Latin America 500,” an annual report by ecommerce research and analysis firm Internet Retailer, Latin America, as a whole, remains the world’s second fastest-growing ecommerce market – only trailing behind China. And Brazil is leading the way, thanks to high Internet penetration rates, a booming market for affordable mobile devices, and an increasingly digital culture. This increase in web presence and e-commerce in Brazil, makes protecting and backing up of websites and databases a critical requirement for businesses small and large in Brazil.

    Dropmysite is an award-winning comprehensive backup solution in the cloud that will keep website and database safe. Cipnet will bring this much-needed service to safeguard online interests in the country. Cipnet will provide the service and support to all Brazilian in Portuguese so that Brazilian users can adapt to the website backup service easily.

    “With millions of sites getting hacked yearly, Dropmysite solves a real problem in backing up websites and databases. Brazil has been a rising star in terms of growth of internet penetration and e-commerce, hence we are very excited about serving this really important market through our partnership with Cipnet.” says Charif ElAnsari, CEO of Dropmysite.

    As part of this partnership Cipnet will resell Dropmysite as a value-added service. This strategic alliance will see Cipnet provide this backup service to its server hosting and domain hosting customers. This mutually beneficial agreement will spike the growth trajectory of both companies.

    The service will come with advanced features like automated / customizable website and database backup, secure AES-256 encryption, backup downloads, website availability monitor and performance reports. With easy setup and integration, both companies believe that the service is perfect for all small and medium enterprise backup needs.

    “Backup is a must have feature for a high availability and premium service. And we found in Dropmysite a very easy and simple way to make sure that our clients’ websites and databases are backed up safely. With Dropmysite we can have the peace of mind that our clients can keep running their business even if something bad happens to their websites. We’re very confident and excited in bringing Dropmysite to the Brazilian market and expect to increase the customer base for both companies with this service.”, says Marcelo Ayala, Director of Cipnet.

     

    Additional Information:

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    Eatablished in 2001, Cipnet Serviços de Internet is a premium internet service provider, specialized in email and website hosting and other value-added services, such as enterprise file sharing and email marketing. Their main focus is the SME market and are located in Caxias do Sul, southern Brazil. Cipnet has customers from all around Brazil and .takes great pride in high quality service and support.  

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    Dropmysite was launched on 1 March 2012 at DEMO Asia, the leading event for the best and brightest companies to launch to a global audience, and awarded the “DemoGURU” and “Freedom” Award. Since then, Dropmysite has been featured on Angels’ Gate, Wall Street Journal, VentureBeat, Business Times and CNBC. The company was selected amongst the Top 20 startups by Singapore Business Review. Dropmysite has offices in 4 countries (US, India, Japan, Singapore).

     

     
  • peterjustinyu 7:40 am on June 4, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: all-in-one-SEO pack, , , , plugin, SME, , , wordpress, wordpress backup   

    “All-In-One SEO Pack” WordPress Plugin includes everything plus an inherent risk 

    Wordpress is vulnerable

    According to WordPress’s founder Matt Mullenweg, his service now powers 18.9% of the Web, WordPress rules a large chunk of the Internet. To ensure any one of the 46m websites get to the top of search engines, a wildly popular WordPress SEO plugin called “All in One SEO Pack” has been installed 18.5 million times. Now it seems that not only you will get all the SEO that the plugin should deliver, it throws in an additional risk that allows others illegal access to the site.

    seo plugin for wordpress

    The vulnerability was only discovered last week and it could allow hackers to access non-administrative WordPress accounts, elevate their privileges, and inject malicious code into the admin panel. Since then, the plugin developers has released a new version of “All in One SEO” Pack  to patch it up. So if you are one of the many who got the plugin, you might want to update now.

     

    This slip up could affect WordPress sites with subscribers, authors and non-admin users logging in to wp-admin, as well as sites with open registration. This means you should be doing this immediately as it could have far-reaching effects otherwise.

    Cyber Security Analyst

    According to Marc-Alexandre Montpas, security analyst at Sucuri, these security flaws allow an attacker to conduct privilege escalation and cross site scripting (XSS) attacks. A logged-in user, without possessing any kind of administrative privileges, could add or modify certain parameters used by the plugin. It includes the post’s SEO title, description and keyword meta tags. This could decrease one’s website’s Search Engine Results Page (SERP) ranking if used maliciously.

     

    Montpas also added that while it is seemingly harmless, there is much damage that can be dealt. Together with another vulnerability to execute malicious Javascript code on an administrator’s control panel, a hacker could inject any Javascript code, change the admin’s account password or leave a back door without you even knowing.

     

    Since WordPress is the most popular website platform around, often used by SMEs and individuals, plugin security issues can disrupt businesses and schedules. With hosted WordPress, hosting providers usually automatically update plugins and keep track of security issues to keep the websites safe. The first lesson here is that staying on top of plugin updates is extremely important in maintaining website security. This is not the first time, WordPress sites have been targeted. Last year, attackers targeted WordPress websites with weak admin credentials.

    wordpress backup

    In fact, at this point, the second lesson is that updating the plugin will prevent future non-approved meddling but the damage may already been done. While this may sound harsh and that hindsight is 20/20, one way to prevent this from happening is to have prior backup that is free from such bugs. With a ‘clean’ copy that is stored prior to the incursion of the “All-In-One-SEO” plugin, you can revert back to it and be at ease. So besides updating the plugin and hoping that the scare didn’t affect is to ensure you have WordPress backup copies available moving forward.

     
  • peterjustinyu 5:15 am on April 21, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    LOLIPOP!, Web hosting service by GMO Pepabo is enhanced by DMS backup technology 

    For immediate release, Singapore, April 21 st2014– GMO Pepabo, Inc.(GMO Pepabo), one of Japan’s biggest web hosting firms, will now provide its  “LOLIPOP! Web/DB backup service”, powered by Dropmysite’s award-winning backup technology, to its 392,000 customers.

     

    Dropmysite is a Singaporean firm that provides a comprehensive cloud-based backup solution that keeps websites and databases safe. GMO Pepabo, a JASDAQ-listed firm, signed a deal with Dropmysite in November ’13 to create products to safeguard its LOLIPOP! rental servers.

     

    “From today onwards, we are proud to provide our LOLIPOP! users a new system for backing up their data which employs Dropmysite’s technology” says Sato Kentaro, President of GMO Pepabo.

     

    With increasing online threats to personal information such as hacking, viruses and system failure, there is a huge need for cyber security. This need results in a high cost in acquiring additional servers, as well as a need for skilled technicians and careful management of data – which can be challenging for small or medium sized enterprises.

     

    At GMO Pepabo, the website backup product was built to be safe, easy to useand economical. LOLIPOP! users will be able to backup up to seven generations of data with a single click. Backups can also be automatically scheduled and are always secured by industry standard AES256 encryption. At a monthly fee of only\300JPY (or $3.90 SGD, without VAT), excluding tax, it is definitely affordable for everyone.

     

    Having the opportunity to integrate technologies with a highly regarded corporation like GMO Pepabo, was an eye-opening experience for Dropmysite.

     

    “It has been great working with GMO Pepabo to see their incredible focus on the end user,” says Charif El-Ansari, CEO of Dropmysite. “Our technical and support teams took their feedback and streamlined the product to appeal to the customers.”

     

    With this launch, Dropmysite is making its presence felt in Japan. Besides GMO Pepabo, Dropmysite is also in talks with other companies to create unique partnerships to further expand into the Japanese market. The targets will range widely from Internet Service Providers to mobile phone companies. These opportunities will open doors for Dropmysite to further expand its email backup and mobile backup products in Japan.

     

    Beyond this deal in Japan, there are also many other similar discussions in progress around the world. With a presence in every major region in the world, Dropmysite will eventually be seen and used globally. This launch is yet another major step forward in Dropmysite’s grand goal of providing backup solutions for the all of the Internet.

     

    For further enquiries, please contact:
    Peter Yu

    Publicist

    Gilcrux Holdings

    peter.yu@gilcruxholdings.com

    +65 9451 9142

     

    About GMO Pepabo, Inc.
    Under the slogan of “Spreading the joy of sharing information”, GMO Pepabo,Inc. was established in 2003 as a web hosting service company. Since its foundation the company has focused on consumer-targeted Internet services, and today it is comprised three business segments: Hosting which operates consumer domain registration and web hosting services, Ecommerce Support which provides ecommerce platform solutions, and Community,which facilitates communication among Internet users through blogging and media portal services. paperboy&co., Inc. (JASDAQ: 3633) is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. For more information, please visit: http://pepabo.com/

     

    Dropmysite

    Dropmysite Pte Ltd was created in September 2011 with the aim to backup the Internet. The inspiration for the backup business arose from the aftermath of a website crash. Since then, Dropmysite has been featured on Angels’ Gate, Wall Street Journal, VentureBeat, Business Times and CNBC. The company was selected amongst the Top 20 startups by Singapore Business Review. Dropmysite has offices in 4 countries (Dallas, Texas, US / Mumbai, India / Tokyo, Japan / Singapore) and the website is translated into 9 languages (English / Traditional Chinese / Simplified Chinese / Hindi / Spanish / Korean / Japanese / Bahasa Indonesia / Thai). For more information, please visit: http://www.dropmysite.com

     
    • Johnk186 1:20 am on April 30, 2014 Permalink | Reply

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