Browsable Daily Backups
Discover what precisely browsable daily backups are, the way to browse backups and the way it is possible to quickly restore them.
No matter how stable and risk-free a web hosting service is, a problem could always turn up with your Internet sites. An update might go wrong and you could lose vital info, you may delete a file or an entire folder by accident or someone may get unauthorized access to your account. In any of these situations a backup of your content will be a guarantee that the Internet sites can easily be restored the way they were before the issue appeared. The problem with the majority of hosting platforms and Control Panels is that backups are created once per day and every new backup overwrites the previous one, thus if you notice that something is wrong with your website a couple of days later, it shall quite possibly be far too late to restore anything and you shall end up losing the information. In order to avoid such a situation, we've created a progressive backup system that will allow you not just to restore your files without difficulty, but also to select the date when the backup was made.
Browsable Daily Backups in Shared Website Hosting
When you host your sites inside a shared website hosting
account from our firm, you won't need to be concerned about your data as we shall back it up on another hosting server four times per day and we'll have a copy for every single day of the past week. Not just that, but all backups will be available inside the File Manager section of the Hepsia CP that is included with the shared accounts, so you'll be able to sort through them as if you're browsing standard folders. Every backup has an exact timestamp when it was generated, consequently you could select the one which you need. Restoring any content is as easy as copying a file or a folder from one area to another, so you will not have any troubles even if you're developing your first website and you haven't used a hosting service before. With the feature, which is part of our packages by default, your files shall be protected all the time no matter what.