Browsable Daily Backups
Browsable Daily Backups - what precisely are they, could you really browse them and could you restore one by yourself?
Regardless of how stable and risk-free a web hosting service is, a problem can always appear with your websites. An update might go wrong and you may lose vital information, you might delete a file or a whole folder by mistake or somebody can get unauthorized access to your account. In each of these situations a backup of your content shall be a guarantee that the sites can easily be restored the way they were before the problem appeared. The problem with a lot of hosting platforms and Control Panels is that backups are created once a day and each new backup overwrites the previous one, thus if you discover that something is wrong with your Internet site several days later, it will likely be too late to restore anything and you will end up losing the info. In order to avoid this type of a problem, we have designed a cutting-edge backup system that will allow you not only to restore your files easily, but also to choose the date when the backup was generated.
Browsable Daily Backups in Hosting
The backups are available with all hosting plans that we offer and they will provide you with much more security when compared with what other companies typically offer because they are created 4 times per day and we keep them for the next 1 week. Our custom web hosting platform will enable you to sort through all backups easily through the File Manager section of your Hepsia CP as if you are browsing standard folders in your account, hence you will be able to view what content we have at all times. To restore a given file or folder, you just need to copy it from the backup directory to the live domain directory, which is a thing someone with no experience can do with a few clicks. The timestamp of each and every backup folder will tell you when it was made, so that you can restore the exact data which you need. With this service, your websites will be secure constantly and you'll never lose any critical info.