In contrast to a shared hosting account in which the data is backed up by the hosting company, if you use a virtual or a dedicated hosting server you'll have to keep manual backups because this kind of a service isn't supplied by default. As good as a web server may be, there is always a chance that something could go wrong. For instance, you can delete some content by accident or a script-driven program could get damaged after an update. In the event that you have a backup, you'll not need to worry about such issues because the content can be easily restored. As it may not be really handy to do this regularly on your end, we supply an optional backup service for each of our hosting server plans and we'll store a copy of your content on a separate hosting server to ensure that it's intact no matter what. With the upgrade, you can work on your server without having to worry that you might lose any information due to any reason.

Weekly Backup in Dedicated Servers Hosting

If you obtain one of our Linux dedicated servers hosting and you determine that you require a backup of your content, you can include this service with a few clicks and our system will start keeping copies each week straight away. You could obtain the upgrade alongside the machine or at some point later on using your billing CP if you do not need backups from the very beginning. The service will give you fifty gigabytes of disk space on an individual machine and this content can be restored on our end. Even though we test out the hardware and the software before we hand over any new dedicated server, you may never know if some update will not fail, so if you have crucial information on the server, you'll be better off with this upgrade. Backups can also be found with the Managed Services upgrade, which includes many other useful management tasks which we provide to our customers.