Browsable Daily Backups
What does the browsable daily data backup solution include? How to go through your backup archive and recover specific files or folders?
If you have a website, you probably rely on the backup system which the service provider employs since it is less likely that you are keeping a daily backup of your content on your PC. The backup can save you in numerous situations including deleting some content material by mistake or an unauthorized third-party accessing your account given that the Internet site may be restored to its previous state easily. The only problem is that most firms keep only one copy of your info and when a new one is generated, the old one is deleted. In other words, if you notice a problem several days after it has appeared, it may be too late and the loss of data may be irreversible. Our custom backup platform was designed to protect against this sort of an issue and it is a guarantee that you will never lose any of your information. It permits you to choose the content that should be restored and the particular date when the backup was generated by our system.
Browsable Daily Backups in Website Hosting
The backups are available with all website hosting services we offer and they'll supply you with much more security than what other companies can provide as they're generated four times per day and we keep them for the next one week. Our custom hosting platform will allow you to look through all backups easily through the File Manager section of your Hepsia CP as if you are browsing standard folders in your account, hence you will be able to see what content we have at all times. To restore a given file or folder, you just need to copy it from the backup directory to the live domain directory, which is a thing a person without any experience can do with a few clicks. The timestamp of each backup folder shall let you know when it was created, so that you can restore the exact info which you need. With this service, your Internet sites will be secure at all times and you'll never lose any critical information.