Find out how easy it could be to have all your data safe when you use the Weekly Backup feature of our Virtual Private Servers.
We acknowledge the fact that you may have critical data on your virtual or dedicated server, and for this reason we offer an optional backup upgrade which you will be able to add whenever you want. While shared website hosting servers are backed up routinely by all Internet hosting providers, this isn't so for standalone servers, so if you do not keep a copy of your files on your home pc, you risk losing critical data in case something goes wrong - deleting something by mistake or updating a script-driven program unsuccessfully, as an illustration. With our additional service, we will make a backup of your data on another web server as to ensure that we shall have a good copy at all times and that we are able to restore everything the way it was before the problem turned up. The optional upgrade will allow you to handle your content without worrying about possible failures of any type.
Weekly Backup in Dedicated Servers Hosting
When you select one of our Linux dedicated servers hosting packages
, it will take you just a couple of mouse clicks to add the backup service which we offer, so you'll not have to be concerned about any important info that you have on the web server. The upgrade features fifty gb of disk space on an independent server and goes through each week. You could obtain it together with the dedicated web server and have backups from the very beginning or you can add it to an existing account through the billing CP. The conventional backups are also included within our Managed Services bundle, which shall make the management of your dedicated web server simpler as it features other useful functions as well - OS updates, custom work from our staff, and so forth. With a copy of your content kept safely and securely, you can develop your websites and keep them up-to-date all the time because you will always have a backup which can be restored in a few minutes if anything fails.