Discover how the weekly backups offered with the Virtual Private Servers function along with what data is backed up.
Even when you use the most efficient hardware and software around, there is always a chance that something might go wrong after an update, for instance. In these occasions, it would be very helpful if you have a backup of your content since you will prevent or minimize the loss of data and you can restore the proper functioning of your Internet sites quickly. When you use a shared web hosting account, conventional backups are generated by your service provider, but this isn't the case in case you've got a virtual or a dedicated server and a problem could lead to the loss of important info. To avoid this kind of situations, we provide a backup upgrade for our web server packages, so we are able to keep a copy of your data safely and securely on an individual machine and restore the content when required. In this way you will not need to worry about losing anything even when you have critical info on the hosting server.
Weekly Backup in Dedicated Servers
When you pick one of our dedicated web hosting plans, it will take you just a couple of clicks to include the backup service we offer, so you'll not need to be concerned about any vital data that you have on the server. The upgrade includes 50 gigabytes of disk space on a separate machine and goes through each week. You could obtain it along with the dedicated hosting server and have backups from the very start or you can add it to an existing account through the billing Control Panel. The conventional backups are also included in our Managed Services bundle, that shall make the administration of your dedicated web server simpler as it features other useful features too - Operating System updates, custom work from our professionals, and so on. With a copy of your content kept safely and securely, you can develop your web sites and keep them up-to-date all of the time since you will always have a backup that could be restored within a few minutes if anything fails.