See how easy it could be to have all your info safe thanks to the Weekly Backup feature of our Virtual Private Servers.
Unlike a shared hosting account where the data is backed up by the provider, when you employ a virtual or a dedicated web server you'll have to keep manual backups as this sort of a service is not supplied by default. As good as a web server might be, there is always a chance that something may go wrong. For instance, you could delete some content accidentally or a script-driven application might get corrupted after an update. In the event that you have a backup, you will not need to worry about this kind of issues since the content could be easily restored. Considering that it may not be very convenient to do this constantly on your end, we offer an optional backup service for each of our web server plans and we will store a copy of your content on an individual server to make sure that it's undamaged no matter what. With the upgrade, you'll be able to work on your web server without needing to worry that you might lose any info due to any reason.
Weekly Backup in Dedicated Servers Hosting
If you obtain one of our Linux dedicated servers hosting packages and you decide that you require a backup of your content, you can add this service with a couple of clicks and our system will start keeping copies every week at once. You could obtain the upgrade along with the hosting server or at some point after using your billing Control Panel in the event that you don't need backups from the very start. The service will give you 50 gigabytes of disk space on a separate web server and this content could be restored on our end. Though we test the hardware and the software before we hand over any new dedicated hosting server, you can never know if some update won't crash, so in the event you have valuable data on the web server, you will be better off with this upgrade. Backups are also available with the Managed Services upgrade, which includes lots of other useful management tasks which we offer to our customers.