Browsable Daily Backups in Cloud Hosting
If you get one of our cloud hosting plans, we'll keep backups of all of your content four times a day, so in the event that anything needs to be restored, you could use the most recent copy, which means no loss of data or minimal harm in case that you've added information after the last backup was made. You'll also be able to browse all backups going a week back via the File Manager section of your CP, so you'll be able to effortlessly find and restore the files you require from the exact time that you need. The restoration is as simple as copying a file or a folder from one area to another, which means that no special expertise are needed. For security reasons all backup files are read-only to make sure that content cannot be deleted from them by mistake. With this platform you will never have to stress about the integrity of your files no matter what because we'll consistently have at least several copies which you will always be able to look through from within your Control Panel.
Browsable Daily Backups in Dedicated Hosting
If you buy any one of our Linux semi-dedicated packages, our system shall create backups of any info that you create or upload by default. This'll happen 4 times each day at regular intervals and the backups are saved for a minimum of 1 week in order to ensure that in the event that you need an older backup, we'll have it. We have improved this feature even further considering that we've made it possible to surf all available backups as ordinary folders within the File Manager of the web hosting Control Panel. This will offer you more control over your sites given that you'll be able to see when every one of the backups has been created and you'll be able to restore any file or folder by copying it to the active domain directory inside your account. Of course, our technical support can help you with that, but in the event that you require anything to be restored urgently, you won't have to lose time. With our backup service, you will not have to worry about losing critical information even if you figure out that you need it a couple of days later.