Daily Data Back-up in Shared Web Hosting
All files and databases hosted within a shared web hosting account on our cloud platform are copied regularly, so regardless of what happens with your website, we will have a copy of your content and we will be able to restore it very fast. We have surpassed what other firms typically offer in this regard, due to the fact that our system produces a file backup at least 4 times per day. If you'd like any content to be restored, you need to make contact with our technical support via a trouble ticket and they will do what is important within the hour, restoring the content from the time period you want. Furthermore, you might also browse the backups via your Hepsia CP. They shall be listed inside the File Manager section and sorted by date and time. Restoring an Internet site is as simple as duplicating the files from the backup folder to the live domain folder, so even when you have no knowledge, you shall not have any difficulties.
Daily Data Back-up in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Our system creates a full backup of the files and databases in each and every semi-dedicated server account created on our cutting-edge web hosting platform, so when you host your Internet sites with us, you won't ever have to cope with information loss, specifically having in mind that the backups are produced no less than four times daily and are kept for a minimum of 7 days. Restoring the content requires just a few minutes and can be done in 2 ways. The first one is to open a support ticket with that request, specifying from which particular date you want the backup to be restored. The other way is to restore the content all by yourself, due to the fact that the backups are available inside the File Manager section of the CP and you could examine them freely to see what each folder features. All it takes 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 every single backup within the account, so you can use the one you need.