Daily Data Back-up in Web Hosting
We fully understand how essential it is to have an up-to-date copy of your Internet site, so we keep a backup of all of the files and databases in every web hosting account. We've gone further than the majority of hosting providers around, simply because we set up full backups a minimum of four times every day. In this way, in the event that a problem occurs on your Internet site and you want a backup to be restored, the site will look the way it did only 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 shall be listed inside the File Manager section of your Hepsia CP whereyou'll be able to see the time and date they were created. You can just copy the content from there to your domain folder and the restored website will be live right away. Alternatively, if you're not positive what to do, you can make contact with our professionals and they shall restore the content from the date you want inside of just an hour.
Daily Data Back-up in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Our system creates a full copy of the files and databases in each semi-dedicated server account created on our cutting-edge web hosting platform, so if you host your Internet sites with us, you'll never need to worry about info loss, specifically having in mind that the backups are generated a minimum of four times daily and are kept for about seven days. Restoring the content will take only a few minutes and could be done in 2 ways. The first is to send a support ticket with that request, indicating from which specific date you wish the data backup to be restored. The second way is to restore the content yourself, due to the fact that the backups are available within the File Manager section of the Control Panel and you will be able to look through them freely to see what each individual folder features. All it will require to restore a backup is to copy the contents of the backup folder to the domain folder. You'll be able to see the timestamp for each backup inside the account, so you can pick the one you need.