A backup is a copy of an Internet site that's kept on a separate server and can be restored if something wrong happens with the live Internet site - an unsuccessful script update, an unintentional deletion of a file or of your whole database, etcetera. Restoring the Internet site the way it was will take away or lessen the damage the problem may have caused, which is by all means a lot better option than having to rebuild your whole Internet site from scratch. While you can download a copy of your content on your computer, keeping a backup is a functionality that almost all website hosting providers offer as part of their packages. It's important to take a look at how often they do that, though, because some providers generate a backup just once every couple of days, which might be far from enough for a booking website or an e-commerce portal in which the data is updated each day. Make sure that you see how quick and easy a backup could be restored, which can be critical if some issue appears on your site.

Daily Data Back-up in Shared Hosting

When you order any of the shared hosting packages we offer, you'll be able to benefit from the backup function provided with our solutions by default and at no extra cost. We will set up a copy of your files and databases not once, but a minimum of four times a day, so every time an issue appears on your Internet site for whatever reason, we can easily restore everything, and in the toughest scenario, your website shall be restored the way it was only a few hours ago. There are two ways for a backup to be restored - you could contact us using a support ticket and we will do what’s required on our end inside an hour, or you could directly copy the info from the backup to the live site folder from the File Manager section of the Hepsia web hosting CP, in which you shall find all of the backups that have been produced listed in chronological order.