Tuesday, January 15, 2008

ClubBackup saves the day!



As many of you know we've rececently released a new online service at http://www.clubbackup.com/. And as you know we've been in business since 1994. If you have had any conversations with me at all you know that I am an honest man... sometimes to a fault. So believe me when I share this with you.



The morning before we were supposed to release ClubBackup.com my hard drive crashed. I lost everything. 15 years of Source code, web sites, databases, photos. It was the most sickening feeling. I've invested a lot into ClubBackup and American Systems. And too lose it all like that is just devestating. Makes you sick at your stomach. You wouldn't believe the terrifying things that flashed through my mind.



After I picked my head up off the desk I remembered that I had ClubBackup running on my PC. So I quickly launched my web browser to go see what I had on the site. And THANK GOD everything was backed up. I only lost 1 day's work.



I bought a new hard drive, reinstalled Vista and right away installed ClubBackup too. Then began the massive download from the site.



ClubBackup really saved my fanny. I can tell you folks, ClubBackup works.



Now most of you won't have that much to lose if your hard drive crashes. But if you do lose it, it would truly upset you.



ClubBackup is a free program. The first 1GB of space is free. That's plenty for most people. So do give it a try. It's like having insurance. It could save you a lot of grief. You can download the software here: http://www.clubbackup.com/downloads/ClubBackupSetup.exe

Have a good one!

2 comments:

David said...

I really appreciate this post and look forward to future blogs about EZ Macros. In particular, it is good to know that there is a workaround for Vista problems, for I'm teetering on the brink of an upgrade from XP.

David said...

I really appreciate this post and look forward to future blogs about EZ Macros. In particular, it is good to know that there is a workaround for Vista problems, for I'm teetering on the brink of an upgrade from XP.