Browsable Daily Backups in Shared Hosting
When you obtain one of our shared hosting packages, we will keep backups of all of your data four times each day, so in the event that anything needs to be restored, you could use the newest copy, which means no loss of data or minimal damage in case that you've added data after the last backup was generated. You will also be able to browse all backups going seven days back from the File Manager section of your CP, hence you may easily find and restore the files you require from the exact time that you need. The restoration is as easy as copying a file or a folder from one location to another, so no particular skills are required. For safety reasons all backup files are read-only to make sure that content can't be deleted from them accidentally. With this platform you shall never have to be concerned about the integrity of your information no matter what because we shall constantly have at least several copies which you shall always be able to browse from within your Control Panel.
Browsable Daily Backups in Dedicated Hosting
You'll be able to take advantage of our innovative backup system with each and every semi-dedicated hosting packages that we offer and by default we'll keep no less than four copies of your content per day. All backups are stored for no less than 1 week, so you'll be able to restore any data whenever you require it and from whatever date you need it. What differentiates our platform from what other companies offer is the opportunity to look through all backups as standard folders in the File Manager section of your account. All the information which you will find there is read-only to avoid any probability of deleting it by mistake and restoring a particular file, folder or Internet site is as easy as copying it from the backup directory to the location in your account where you need it. This function will save you time and will permit you to restore any content even in the event that you have no practical experience and that's the first hosting account you're using.