Browsable Daily Backups in Cloud Hosting
The backup service is turned on by default for each and every cloud hosting package we offer and unlike other companies, we keep a copy of your files four times per day. We also keep the backups for the past one week and we do not delete any one of them, so if you require any content from a certain day and hour, you could restore it without difficulty. Even though our support can certainly assist you with that, you'll not have to lose time to contact them because all backups are available as browsable folders inside the File Manager section of the Hepsia CP, which is used to take care of the shared hosting accounts, so restoring a backup is as simple as copying a folder or a particular file based on what you need. To avoid any unintentional deletions, the backups are in read-only mode, so they can be copied, but not modified. If you use our web hosting services, you won't have to be concerned that you could lose content under any circumstances.
Browsable Daily Backups in Dedicated Hosting
The backup service is activated by default for all semi-dedicated hosting accounts that are created on our state-of-the-art cloud platform. A copy of the whole content is created daily and we shall always have at least 4 backups of your files for every one of the past seven days. Other than the number of backups, the extra edge of our platform over the service which other firms offer is the fact that you can surf all available backups via the File Manager tool within your web hosting Control Panel. The only difference from the regular folders that you have is that the backup ones are with read-only permissions for security reasons, but the management is exactly the same, thus if you wish to restore one file or a whole folder, you only have to copy it to the actual domain directory and you will be all set. This function shall save you the time which you would otherwise spend to make contact with our technical support and will supply you with the safety that you need as you will never lose any info anymore.