A backup of a website is a copy of its content, which is kept on another hosting server and may be restored if something happens. This option is quite effective, considering that you can't know if a script update shall not crash or if you will not erase something accidentally - a file, a folder, a database entry, and so on. If your site is backed up, it can be restored the way it was before the problem appeared, so there will not be any damage, or at least it'll be minimal, dependant upon the particular situation. Keeping backups on your computer system isn't very feasible, as you'll have to do it at least once daily and you may still lose info in case your last backup is not recent enough. In this light, you will have to rely on your hosting company, so you need to double-check their policy on the backups, as some companies create backups only once per week, that will do no good if a problem occurs with a site that's being used and updated all of the time, such as an online store, for instance.

Daily Data Back-up in Hosting

Because we know how crucial your website data is, we keep daily backups of all your files and databases, so in the event that anything bad happens, the website may be restored just the way it was. Also, we create a minimum of four separate backups every single day, so what will be restored will be pretty much identical with, if not exactly the same as, what you had before. You'll be able to look at the backups right through the File Manager section of your Hepsia Cp and see on what day and at what hour they were made. Then you could simply copy the content to the live site folder. Additionally, you may contact us and we shall restore the backup from the preferred date for you. We keep backups no matter which hosting you have opted for, so you will never have to worry about losing any part of your web content.

Daily Data Back-up in Semi-dedicated Hosting

All our Linux semi-dedicated hosting packages include daily content backups as a standard. This option will allow you to work on your Internet sites and never having to worry if something could go wrong, as our system creates a new backup every few hours over a seven-day period, so a new backup does not overwrite an earlier one. Restoring the content is super easy and usually takes a few minutes - you can either use a support ticket and mention the time frame of the backup which you want to be restored, or you may just copy the backed-up files, due to the fact that they'll be available in read-only folders within the File Manager section of your hosting CP. Each backup folder contains the exact time and date it was made in its name, so you can swiftly locate and copy the content you need, even when you do not have any preceding experience with this kind of matters.