Daily Data Back-up
Understand the idea behind the Daily Data Back-up and discover why it can be a fantastic benefit to have them available.
A backup of a site is a copy of its content, that's kept on another web server and may be restored if something happens. This option is very handy, since you cannot know if a script update shall not fail or if you won't delete something by accident - a file, a folder, a database entry, and so on. If your website is backed up, it can be restored the way it was before the problem appeared, so there won't be any damage, or at least it'll be minimal, depending on the particular scenario. Keeping backups on your computer is not very feasible, since you would need to do it at least once every day and you could still lose data if your last backup is not recent enough. In this light, you'll have to rely on your web hosting provider, so you need to double-check their policy on the backups, since some companies create backups once each week, which will do no good if something goes wrong with an Internet site that is being used and updated constantly, like an online store, for example.
Daily Data Back-up in Shared Web Hosting
When you acquire any of the shared web hosting solutions we provide, you'll be able to take full advantage of the backup function that comes with our packages by default and without extra cost. We shall produce a copy of your files and databases not once, but a minimum of four times per day, so every time an issue shows up on your Internet site for some reason, we will quickly restore everything, and in the worst scenario, your Internet site will be restored the way it was only some hours ago. There are two ways for a backup to be restored - you could contact us via a support ticket and we'll do what’s necessary on our end inside an hour, or you may directly copy the content from the backup to the live website folder from the File Manager section of the Hepsia hosting Control Panel, where you shall find all of the backups that have been produced listed in chronological order.