Daily Data Back-up
Learn about just what exactly daily data backups are, what they encompass and what they indicate for your files and email messages.
A backup of a website is a copy of its content, which is kept on a different hosting server and can be restored if something happens. This function is rather handy, considering that you can never know if a script update shall not go wrong or if you will not delete something unintentionally - a file, a folder, a database entry, and so forth. When your website is backed up, it may be restored the way it was until the issue appeared, so there shall not be any damage, or at least it'll be very little, depending upon the particular case. Keeping backups on your computer is not very feasible, because you'd have to do it at least once daily and you could still lose info in case your last backup is not recent enough. In this light, you will need to rely on your website hosting provider, so you have to double-check their policy on the backups, as some providers create backups once each week, which will do no good if something goes wrong with a site that is being used and updated constantly, such as an online store, for instance.
Daily Data Back-up in Shared Website Hosting
All files and databases hosted within a shared website hosting account on our cloud platform are copied regularly, so regardless of what happens with your website, we will have a backup of your content and we shall be able to restore it in no time. We have surpassed what other providers typically offer in this regard, as our system generates a copy not less than 4 times each day. If you would like any content to be restored, you can contact our tech support team via a trouble ticket and they'll do what's needed within the hour, restoring the content from the particular date you want. Alternatively, you might also browse the backups via your Hepsia CP. They shall be listed inside the File Manager section and sorted by date and time. Restoring a website is as simple as copying the files from the backup folder to the live domain folder, so even when you have virtually no practical experience, you will not have any difficulties.