Daily Data Back-up
What exactly are data backups and what do they include? Why should you duplicate your files and emails regularly?
A backup is a copy of a site that's kept on an independent hosting server and could be restored if something goes wrong with the live website - a failed script update, an unintended deletion of a file or of the whole database, etcetera. Restoring the Internet site the way it was will take away or reduce the damage the problem may have caused, which is by all means an obviously better alternative than having to rebuild the entire website from scratch. Even though you could download a copy of your content on your computer, keeping a backup is a functionality that the majority of website hosting companies offer as part of their packages. It's important to take a look at how frequently they do that, though, because some service providers generate a backup once every couple of days, which may be far from enough for a booking Internet site or an e-commerce portal in which the info is updated every day. Make sure that you see how quick and simple a backup may be restored, which could be crucial if some issue appears on your Internet site.
Daily Data Back-up in Shared Website Hosting
Because we understand how critical your website data is, we keep day-to-day backups of all your files and databases, so in case anything fails, the site could be restored just the way it was. What is more, we generate at least four different backups on a daily basis, so what will be restored shall be essentially identical with, if not exactly the same as, what you had before. You may see the backups right through the File Manager section of your Hepsia Control Panel and see on what day and at what hour they were performed. Then you could just copy the content to the live site folder. Additionally, you could contact us and we'll restore the backup from the preferred date for you. We keep backups irrespective of which shared website hosting you have chosen, so you will never need to be concerned about losing any part of your web content.