Browsable Daily Backups in Shared Hosting
The backup service is active by default for every shared hosting plan which we offer and in contrast to other firms, we keep a copy of your files 4 times per day. We also keep the backups for the last 1 week and we don't remove any of them, so in case you need any content from a certain day and hour, you'll be able to restore it effortlessly. Although our technical support can certainly aid you with that, you'll not have to lose time to contact them given that all backups are available as browsable folders in the File Manager section of the Hepsia Control Panel, which is used to take care of the shared hosting accounts, so restoring a backup is as basic as copying a folder or a specific file based upon what you need. To avoid any accidental deletions, the backups are in read-only mode, thus they can be copied, but not changed. When you use our hosting services, you won't need to worry that you might lose content material under any circumstances.
Browsable Daily Backups in Dedicated Hosting
The backup service is enabled by default for all semi-dedicated server accounts which are created on our advanced cloud platform. A copy of the entire content is stored on a daily basis and we'll always have a minimum of four backups of your files for every one of the past 7 days. Apart from the number of backups, the edge of our platform over the service that other service providers offer is the fact that you could look through all available backups using the File Manager tool in your web hosting CP. The only distinction from the conventional folders that you have is that the backup ones are with read-only permissions for protection reasons, but the supervision is precisely the same, hence if you want to restore one file or an entire folder, you just need to copy it to the actual domain directory and you'll be ready. This feature will save you the time that you'd otherwise spend to call our tech support and will provide you with the reliability that you require as you will never lose any data anymore.