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Publisher / Editor @ CloudAve and Enterprise Irregulars. Industry Observer, Blogger, Startup Advisor, Program Chair @ SVASE (Silicon Valley Association of Startup Entrepreneurs). In his "prior life" spent 15 years immersed in the business of Enterprise Software, at management positions with SAP, IBM, Deloitte, KPMG and the like.

6 responses to “Learn From the Gmail Fiasco: You Need Redundant Copies of Your Email–Don’t Worry, It’s Painless :-)”

  1. Sean Reiser

    I do 1 with an addition. I have my mail client mapped to save my messages in my dropbox folder so it gets backed up offsite automagically.

  2. On email and backups | Adrian Pearson

    […] Google accidentally resetting (deleting) tens of thousands of their users’ email accounts is the call for Gmail users to take their own backups – of all of their […]

  3. PGYx

    Is there a simple way to add all my existing Gmail data to a second Gmail account or is an e-mail client the only way to easily back up old data? I have thousands of messages from the past several years that I’d be disappointed to lose.

  4. Medidas para afrontar la caída de un servidor de correo | ReadWriteWeb España

    […] eliminen todo rastro de la información almacenada en el correo electrónico, existen algunas soluciones bastante sencillas, pero que no todo el mundo […]

  5. Now You Can Get Your Google Apps Data Backed Up for Free. Startup Econ 101: When Free is a Good Deal.

    […] Google takes care of that.. (?).  They do – and when they goof big time, like in the case of 500k “lost” email accounts, they will no doubt fix it.  If you are the only one in trouble (in fact it could very well be […]