Browsable Daily Backups in Cloud Hosting
The backups are available with all cloud hosting plans that we offer and they will supply you with a lot more security than what other businesses typically offer since they're generated four times per day and we keep them for the next 7 days. Our custom Internet hosting platform will permit you to search through all backups easily from the File Manager section of your Hepsia Control Panel like you are browsing regular folders within your account, so you will be able to view what content we have at all times. To restore a certain file or folder, you only need to copy it from the backup directory to the active domain directory, which is a thing an individual with no experience can perform with a couple of clicks. The timestamp of every backup folder shall tell you when it was made, so that you can restore the exact info which you need. With this service, your sites will be safe at all times and you'll never lose any important information.
Browsable Daily Backups in Dedicated Hosting
The backup service is activated by default for all semi-dedicated server accounts which are set up on our state-of-the-art cloud platform. A copy of the entire content is created on a daily basis and we shall always have at least four backups of your files for any of the past seven days. Apart from the amount of backups, the extra edge of our platform over the service which other firms offer is the fact that you can check out all available backups by using the File Manager tool in your hosting Control Panel. The only distinction from the ordinary folders which you have is that the backup ones are with read-only permissions for safety reasons, but the control is precisely the same, so if you want to restore only one file or a whole folder, you just have to copy it to the actual domain directory and you'll be all set. This feature shall save you the time which you'd otherwise spend get in touch with our technical support and will offer you the security which you require as you will never lose any data anymore.