Browsable Daily Backups in Hosting
When you acquire one of our hosting solutions, we'll keep backups of all of your content four times each day, so if anything should be restored, you'll be able to use the newest copy, which means no loss of info or minimal harm in case that you have added information after the last backup was generated. You shall also be able to look through all backups going seven days back via the File Manager section of your Control Panel, thus you can easily find and restore the files you need from the precise time that you need. The restoration is as easy as copying a file or a folder from one spot to another, therefore no specific competencies are needed. For security reasons all backup files are read-only to guarantee that content can't be erased from them by accident. With this platform you shall never have to be concerned about the integrity of your info no matter what since we'll normally have at least a few copies which you shall always be able to look through from inside your Control Panel.
Browsable Daily Backups in Dedicated Hosting
You'll be able to reap the benefits of our cutting edge backup system with every single semi-dedicated hosting packages which we offer and by default we will save a minimum of 4 copies of your content per day. All backups are saved for a minimum of 1 week, so you are able to restore any content whenever you require it and from whatever date you need it. What distinguishes our platform from what other service providers offer is the opportunity to look through all backups as normal folders within the File Manager section of your account. All the content that you'll find there is read-only to avoid any probability of deleting it by accident and restoring a specific file, folder or Internet site is as basic as copying it from the backup directory to the location in your account in which you require it. This feature shall save you time and will enable you to restore any content even if you have absolutely no experience and that is the first web hosting account you're using.