Daily Data Back-up
What are data backups and what do they contain? Should you copy your files and emails regularly?
If you manage a site, having a backup is something rather important, specifically if you have important info or you have invested time and money in building the site. There are numerous scenarios why you may need a backup - if you update a script and something breaks down, if you delete a file or an entire folder unintentionally, and so forth. Having regular backups will help you avoid any loss of information or at least minimize the damage, which is still better than losing the entire site. You'll be able to download a copy of your content on your computer occasionally, but as you simply can't do that after every single change, you have to rely on the backups that your hosting provider generates. Since that is something very crucial, you need to ensure that they keep up-to-date backups, considering that a backup performed once every one or two weeks will not do any good in case you run a site such as an online store or a holiday accommodation booking portal.
Daily Data Back-up in Cloud Web Hosting
All files and databases hosted inside a cloud web hosting
account on our cloud platform are backed up regularly, so regardless what happens with your site, we will have a copy of your content and we shall be able to restore it very fast. We have surpassed what other providers can offer in this regard, because our system creates a copy a minimum of 4 times per day. If you require any content to be restored, you ought to make contact with our tech support via a trouble ticket and they shall do what is needed within the hour, restoring the content from the particular date you want. Furthermore, you might also check out the backups through your Hepsia CP. They will be listed inside the File Manager section and sorted by date and time. Restoring a website is as easy as duplicating the files from the backup folder to the live domain folder, so even when you have no practical knowledge, you will not have any issues.