Is this going to be an after work thing again?
I'd almost prefer it starting earlier if you are going to have speakers and stuff.
Unless the user tries really hard to delete something you will be able to recover it. If you are worried about this being done maliciously you can setup legal retention periods for emails as well.
That was always one of my concerns ... that someone would get the Admin credentials and destroy everything.
Of course, that can happen to any server right now, but a regular server is easier to back up.
That's a basic pivot table
I've never used Pivot Tables in that manner. I don't see how you could do what I am looking to do with a pivot table but I do not use them as much as you, perhaps.
The company is not changing. So there are 4 people in each row who need 4 new rows with all the data from the company in the same row.
And @shannon is great support if you need it.
Reporting that for a friend.
I have been given a database with data in this format:
Company Person1 Person2 Person3
and would like it
I am assuming I can just write a program the goes through each line X times and pulls out the data and write it to a new sheet.
But not knowing VB, I figured I'd check and see if anyone had already done something like this and had any suggestions/code.
Correct, they are there to ensure that the service does not fail. They protect against their failure. Up to you to protect against yours.
But your contention is usually there shouldn't be an issue with the safeguards in place, correct?
(Though I am paranoid and would still want a backup.)
I've been playing with Backupify. Works pretty nicely.
I think there is a pretty good argument to @scottalanmiller's case of not needing backups. Because under what circumstance would you need them?
It's really a small percentage of things that could happen to cause you to lose your data if the system is set up right. Is it worth it? I think that's a case-by-case answer.
Yeah I just never circled back around to it.
I have to put that on my to-do list.
You know, I haven't really looked back into it, but I noticed that my servers just don't have the proper speed at all in XS.
I wonder if it is some sort of network driver issue.
Have any of you ever tested throughput on your XS VMs? I haven't had a chance to do it, but it might be interesting.
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