10 Tips For Migrating Your Startup Data To The Cloud

  • January 21, 2013

Migrating data can be a mess, and you’ll always want to make sure you have plenty of copies of your work saved elsewhere in case something incredibly wrong happens with the migration. It’s a bit scary trusting the cloud initially. What makes me sleep better at night is having a redundant backup on a ReadyNAS…


ShuttleCloud.com – Fast Data Migration

  • September 27, 2011

ShuttleCloud.comA new data migration service, ShuttleCloud is sure to let any company that is changing its name or merging with another company have the necessary information exported in a fast and reliable way. Users of this web service cans effortlessly switch Google Apps domains and transfer Google docs, contacts and calendars. And they can also have all their emails migrated in just two or three clicks. ShutleCloud lets users transfer emails between Gmail, Yahoo and AOL accounts on the spot.

This email and Google Apps migration service comes at a cost, with the two main plans being “Basic Migration” and “Advanced Migration”. The former costs $33 per account, and the latter is priced at $44. Only those who go for the “Advanced Migration” plan will be able to preserve Google Docs and Calendar sharing settings. And they will be provided with personalized assistance in order to avoid significant downtime when the migration is taking place, so that it doesn’t have a negative impact on their regular operations.

And this review wouldn’t be complete without mentioning that bulk discounts are available, and that you can try the service for free and migrate as much as 100 email messages without having to pay anything.

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Huddler.com – Turning Forums Into Communities

  • September 23, 2010

Huddler.comHuddler is a white-label solution that can be used to turn any forum into a fully-fledged community. By using Huddler, all the data that has already been exchanged by users can proceed to be migrated and then fortified by features such as reviews, wikis and an enhanced search tool.

Also, the aesthetics of the forum itself are completely overhauled.

In that sense, it can be said that Huddler gives sites a complete facelift that is accompanied by a minute rearrangement of content, making it more findable, more readable and (as a direct result) more monetizable.

If you think about it, the number of people who are currently interacting through forums is nothing short of colossal. It couldn’t be otherwise – forums have been there for years and years. Many people got their first samplings of online interaction through them. And they have actually stuck to them, even when other platforms have become available. Huddler offers webmasters the best opportunity ever to capitalize on these enormous databases. And users have nothing to complain about – they will become capable of interacting one with each other in ways that weren’t previously possible.

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