Browsable Daily Backups in Web Hosting
The backup service is active by default for each web hosting solution that we offer and unlike other companies, we keep a copy of your files 4 times daily. We also keep the backups for the last 1 week and we do not erase any one of them, so in the event that you need any content from a given day and hour, you could restore it easily. Although our support can assist you with that, you will not have to lose time to contact them considering that all backups are available as browsable folders in the File Manager section of the Hepsia Control Panel, which is used to handle the shared hosting accounts, so restoring a backup is as basic as copying a folder or a specific file based upon what you need. In order to avoid any accidental deletions, the backups are in read-only mode, hence they can be copied, but not changed. If you use our Internet hosting services, you won't need to worry that you may possibly lose data under any circumstances.
Browsable Daily Backups in Dedicated Hosting
If you select any of our Linux semi-dedicated services, our system will create backups of any data you create or upload by default. This happens 4 times per day at regular intervals and the backups are saved for at least 7 days in order to ensure that just in case you need an older backup, we'll have it. We've enhanced this function even further considering that we've made it possible to browse all available backups like ordinary folders in the File Manager of the web hosting Control Panel. This will give you more control over your Internet sites since you'll be able to see when every one of the backups has been made and you'll be able to restore any file or folder by copying it to the live domain directory within your account. Obviously, our technical support can help you with that, but if you need anything to be restored urgently, you will not have to lose time. With our backup service, you won't have to worry about losing very important information even if you find out that you need it several days later.