When you manage a site, having a backup is something rather vital, specifically if you have important info or you have invested cash and time in developing the site. There are various scenarios why you may need a backup - if you update a script and something goes wrong, if you eliminate a file or an entire folder by accident, and so forth. Having regular backups will help you avoid any loss of information or at least minimize the damage, which is still better than losing the entire site. You may download a copy of your content on your personal computer once in a while, but as you cannot do that after each change, you have to rely on the backups your web hosting provider generates. Due to the fact that that is something really necessary, you must make certain that they keep up-to-date backups, given that a backup created once every one or two weeks won't do any good when you run an Internet site like an online store or a holiday accommodation booking portal.

Daily Data Back-up in Cloud Website Hosting

We understand how critical it is to have an up-to-date copy of your site, so we keep a backup of all the files and databases in each and every cloud website hosting account. We've gone further than the majority of web hosting companies around, as we generate full backups at least four times every day. In this way, in case a problem occurs on your Internet site and you want a backup to be restored, the Internet site shall look the way it did no more than a couple of hours earlier. The content can be restored by our tech support team or, if you prefer, you can do it yourself. The available backups will be listed within the File Manager section of your Hepsia Control Panel in whichyou could see the date and time they were produced. You can just copy the content from there to your domain folder and the restored Internet site shall be live immediately. However, if you are not absolutely sure how to proceed, you can get in touch with our experts and they shall restore the content from the date you want inside of only an hour.