Learn how easy it could be to have all your information safe when you use the Weekly Backup feature of our Virtual Private Servers.
Even if you take advantage of the finest hardware and software on the market, there's always a chance that something might go wrong after an update, for example. In these conditions, it would be very beneficial if you have a backup of your content since you will steer clear of or limit the loss of info and you can restore the proper operation of your sites right away. If you use a shared hosting account, conventional backups are generated by your provider, but this isn't the situation if you've got a virtual or a dedicated server and an issue may result in the loss of precious info. To avoid this type of situations, we provide a backup upgrade for our server packages, so we are able to keep a copy of your data safely and securely on a separate server and restore the content when required. This way you'll not have to be worried about losing anything even in the event that you have critical info on the hosting server.
Weekly Backup in Dedicated Hosting
When you go for one of our Linux dedicated servers hosting packages, it shall take you only a couple of clicks to add the backup service which we offer, so you will not have to worry about any valuable information which you have on the server. The upgrade provides 50 gb of disk space on a separate server and goes through every week. You can get it along with the dedicated server and have backups from the very beginning or you can include it in an existing account via the billing Control Panel. The conventional backups are also included inside our Managed Services bundle, that will make the management of your dedicated server easier since it comes with other useful features as well - OS updates, custom work from our staff, and so on. With a copy of your information kept safely and securely, you'll be able to work on your web sites and keep them up-to-date all of the time as you will always have a backup that can be restored within a couple of minutes if anything fails.