Browsable Daily Backups in Cloud Website Hosting
When you obtain one of our cloud website hosting packages, we'll keep backups of your entire content 4 times every day, so in the event that anything needs to be restored, you'll be able to use the newest copy, which means no loss of info or minimal harm in case that you have included info after the last backup was made. You will also be able to search through all backups going 7 days back from the File Manager section of your Control Panel, hence you'll be able to very easily find and restore the files that you need from the particular time that you require. The restoration is as basic as copying a file or a folder from one location to another, thus no particular competencies are needed. For security reasons all backup files are read-only to ensure that content cannot be erased from them by accident. With this platform you'll never have to be concerned about the integrity of your information no matter what simply because we will constantly have at least several copies which you'll always be able to search through from inside your Control Panel.
Browsable Daily Backups in Dedicated Hosting
All backups which we will produce in the event that you have a semi-dedicated server account from our firm can be accessed as conventional folders in the File Manager of the Hepsia CP and they're made 4 times each day, so we're at least 2 steps ahead of our competitors. The backups are kept for one week and you could restore one particular file, a folder or an entire site by copying it from the backup directory to the www directory where your active content is. All backups have a timestamp that'll tell you when they were made, so that you can use the one which you need or even get different files from different backups. For security reasons, all backup directories that you can browse are in read-only mode to make certain that they can't be erased accidentally. Thus we'll always have several copies of your information and you will always be able to look at any of them as though you are browsing a standard folder inside your semi-dedicated account.