Daily Data Back-up
Discover precisely what daily data backups are, what they include as well as what they imply for your data and emails.
A backup is a copy of an Internet site which is kept on another web server and could be restored if a problem occurs with the live Internet site - an unsuccessful script update, an accidental deletion of some file or of the whole database, and so forth. Restoring the Internet site the way it was will take away or limit the damage the issue may have caused, which is by all means a better alternative than having to rebuild your whole Internet site from scratch. Although you can download a copy of your content on your laptop or computer, keeping a backup is a functionality that almost all website hosting providers include as part of their packages. It is important to check out how often they do that, though, because some service providers generate a backup once every week, which might be far from enough for a booking Internet site or an e-commerce portal where the info is updated daily. It's adviseable to see how easily a backup may be restored, which could be crucial if some issue appears on your website.
Daily Data Back-up in Shared Website Hosting
When you order any of the shared website hosting packages which we provide, you can take full advantage of the backup feature featured with our solutions by default and at no extra cost. We'll create a copy of your files and databases not once, but at least 4 times each day, so any time an issue appears on your site for whatever reason, we can easily restore everything, and in the toughest scenario, your website shall be restored the way it was just one or two hours ago. There are 2 ways for a backup to be restored - you may contact us via a support ticket and we will do what’s necessary on our end inside the hour, or you may directly copy the information from the backup to the live website folder from the File Manager section of the Hepsia website hosting CP, where you will find all of the backups which have been set up listed in chronological order.