Different from a shared hosting account in which the data is backed up by the service provider, when you use a virtual or a dedicated hosting server you will need to keep manual backups as this type of a service is not supplied by default. As good as a hosting server may be, there is always a possibility that something might go wrong. For instance, you can delete some content by accident or a script-driven application might get corrupted after an update. In the event that you have a backup, you will not need to worry about this sort of problems as the content could be easily restored. Considering that it may not be very practical to do this all of the time on your end, we supply an optional backup service for every one of our server solutions and we'll store a copy of your content on an independent machine to make certain that it is undamaged no matter what. With the upgrade, you can work on your web server without needing to worry that you may lose any information due to any reason.
Weekly Backup in Dedicated Web Hosting
We offer weekly backups for every single dedicated server, so regardless of what OS or hosting CP you select or what content you upload, we can keep a copy of your info on an independent hosting server and restore it whenever you need it. The upgrade supply you with fifty GB of disk space that you can use and you can obtain it anytime with several clicks. If you want to have backups right away, for example, you can obtain the service along with the dedicated web server, while if you need it later on, you'll be able to add it to your plan through the billing area. Even though all hardware components are reviewed thoroughly, a software issue might appear anytime, so using our backup service shall give you far more security, especially if you have precious information on the web server. You'll be able to use this service as an element of our Managed Services plan also along with a number of other web server management services which shall make the administration of your dedicated hosting server much simpler.