Workspaces - use them!

Jon Gefaell

I couldn't agree more. This methodology of using available backup facilities and storing in (multiple locations/services) on the cloud and locally. I run MacOS on everything but the shack computer, and the continuity options are flabbergasting. In Windows, I use Macrium to create bootable backup images and so forth. Not as facile and rapid as MacOS, but definitely functional and allows for rapid RTO (Recovery Time Objective) with a fantastic RPO (Recovery Point Objective) of 100%

Björn SM7IUN

Yesterday I suffered a complete and fatal crash of my computer due to the combination of 
a chinese parallel port PCI card, which obviously lies about being WHQL, and a Windows update. 

Thankfully, I keep all my DXLab data files in a folder which is backed up to a cloud service.

After a complete reinstall of my PC I was up and running with DXLab within a quarter of an hour.
As if nothing had happened. 

Thanks to the Workspaces concept I did not have to labour through literally hundreds of settings 
and configurations.

If you have not included a Workspace in your back up plan already, do so.

Björn SM7IUN