Browsable Daily Backups
Browsable Daily Backups - what precisely are they, can you really browse them and could you restore one yourself?
Regardless how stable and reliable a hosting service is, an issue could always appear with your sites. An update might go wrong and you might lose valuable information, you may delete a file or a whole folder in error or somebody can get unauthorized access to your account. In any of these cases a backup of your content will be a guarantee that the sites can be restored the way they were before the predicament showed up. The trouble with a lot of web hosting platforms and Control Panels is that backups are made once daily and each new backup overwrites the previous one, consequently if you discover that something is wrong with your website a couple of days later, it will likely be too late to restore anything and you'll end up losing the information. In order to avoid this type of a problem, we've developed an innovative backup system that will enable you not just to restore your files without difficulty, but also to pick the date when the backup was produced.
Browsable Daily Backups in Dedicated Hosting
If you choose any of our semi-dedicated plans
, our system shall generate backups of any content that you create or upload by default. This happens four times per day at regular intervals and the backups are saved for at least seven days in order to make sure that if you need an older backup, we will have it. We've improved this feature even more since we have made it possible to browse all available backups as ordinary folders within the File Manager of the hosting Control Panel. This will give you more control over your sites as you'll be able to see when every one of the backups has been created and you can restore any file or folder by copying it to the live domain directory within your account. Certainly, our tech support can help you with that, but if you need anything to be restored immediately, you will not have to lose time. With our backup service, you'll not need to be concerned about losing important data even if you figure out that you need it a few days later.