Find out how easy it could be to have your data safe using the Weekly Backup feature of our Virtual Private Servers.
Unlike a shared hosting account where the data is backed up by the provider, if you use a virtual or a dedicated web server you'll have to keep manual backups as such a service isn't supplied by default. As superior as a hosting server may be, there's always the possibility that something could go wrong. For instance, you can delete some content accidentally or a script-driven program may get corrupted after an update. In the event that you have a backup, you will not have to concern yourself with such problems as the content could be easily restored. As it may not be very handy to do this all of the time on your end, we provide an optional backup service for every one of our web server solutions and we shall store a copy of your content on an individual hosting server to ensure that it is unharmed no matter what. With the upgrade, you'll be able to work on your hosting server without needing to worry that you might lose any info due to any reason.
Weekly Backup in Dedicated Servers
When you choose one of our dedicated web hosting plans, it'll take you just a several mouse clicks to add the backup service we offer, so you'll not need to worry about any important data you have on the server. The upgrade comes with 50 gb of disk space on an independent server and goes through once a week. You can acquire it together with the dedicated web server and have backups from the beginning or you can include it in an existing account through the billing CP. The regular backups are also included in our Managed Services bundle, which will make the administration of your dedicated web server much easier as it incorporates other useful features too - Operating System updates, custom work from our admins, etc. With a copy of your content kept securely, you can improve your Internet sites and keep them up-to-date all of the time as you will always have a backup which can be restored within a few minutes if anything fails.