Browsable Daily Backups in Shared Web Hosting
The backup service is activated by default for every single shared web hosting plan which we offer and unlike other companies, we keep a copy of your files four times per day. We also keep the backups for the past one week and we do not remove any of them, so if you need any content from a particular day and hour, you can restore it effortlessly. Though our technical support can certainly help you with that, you will not have to lose time to contact them as all backups are available as browsable folders inside the File Manager section of the Hepsia Control Panel, which is used to handle the shared hosting accounts, so restoring a backup is as basic as copying a folder or a certain file based on what you need. In order to avoid any accidental deletions, the backups are in read-only mode, so they can be copied, but not altered. When you use our hosting services, you won't have to be concerned that you could lose content under any circumstances.
Browsable Daily Backups in Dedicated Hosting
If you select any one of our Linux semi-dedicated servers, our system shall produce backups of any data which you create or upload by default. This will happen 4 times daily at regular intervals and the copies are saved for a minimum of 1 week as to make certain that if you need an older backup, we will have it. We've enhanced this feature even further since we have made it possible to look through all available backups just like ordinary folders within the File Manager of the Internet hosting Control Panel. This shall give you more control over your Internet sites given that you are able to see when every one of the backups has been made and you could restore any file or folder by copying it to the live domain directory in your account. Needless to say, our tech support team can help you with that, but when you need anything to be restored immediately, you will not have to lose time. With our backup service, you will not need to be concerned about losing critical information even in the event that you discover that you need it a few days later.