Learn how the weekly backups available with the Virtual Private Servers work as well as what data is protected.
Unlike a shared website hosting account where the information is backed up by the provider, when you employ a virtual or a dedicated web server you'll have to keep manual backups since this sort of a service is not supplied by default. As great as a hosting server might be, there is always a chance that something might go wrong. As an example, you could delete some content accidentally or a script-driven app could get corrupted after an update. In case you have a backup, you will not need to bother about this kind of problems since the content could be easily restored. Considering that it may not be really convenient to do this regularly on your end, we provide an optional backup service for all our server packages and we will store a copy of your content on an individual server to make certain that it is unharmed no matter what. With the upgrade, you'll be able to work on your server without having to worry that you may lose any info due to any reason.
Weekly Backup in Dedicated Servers
When you go for one of our dedicated web hosting plans, it'll take you just a several clicks to include the backup service that we offer, so you'll not have to stress about any vital data you have on the web server. The upgrade comes with 50 gb of disk space on a different server and goes through on a weekly basis. You'll be able to get it together with the dedicated server and have backups from the very beginning or you can add it to an existing account from the billing Control Panel. The standard backups are also included within our Managed Services bundle, which will make the administration of your dedicated web server much easier since it incorporates other useful features also - OS updates, custom work from our administrators, and so forth. With a copy of your info kept safely and securely, you could develop your sites and keep them up-to-date at all times as you will always have a backup which can be restored within a couple of minutes if anything goes wrong.