A backup of a site is a copy of its content, that's kept on another server and may be restored if something happens. This option is rather handy, since you can never know if a script update shall not crash or if you won't eliminate something unintentionally - a file, a folder, a database entry, and so on. If your site is backed up, it may be restored the way it was prior to when the problem appeared, so there will not be any damage, or at least it'll be little, based on the specific scenario. Keeping backups on your laptop or computer is not very feasible, because you would need to do it at least once daily and you may still lose info in case your last backup isn't recent enough. In this light, you'll need to rely on your hosting provider, so you ought to double-check their policy on the backups, since some companies generate backups just once each week, which will do no good if something wrong happens with a website that's being used and updated all of the time, like an online store, for example.

Daily Data Back-up in Cloud Web Hosting

We realize how vital it is to have an up-to-date copy of your site, so we keep a backup of all the files and databases in each and every cloud web hosting account. We've gone beyond the vast majority of hosting providers out there, simply because we create full backups at least 4 times per day. This way, in the event that an issue appears on your Internet site and you want a backup to be restored, the Internet site will look the way it did only a few hours earlier. The content may be restored by our tech support or, if you'd like, you can do it yourself. The available backups shall be listed in the File Manager section of your Hepsia Control Panel whereyou could see the time and date they were created. You can simply copy the content from there to your domain folder and the restored website shall be live right away. Additionally, if you're not absolutely sure what to do, you can contact our professionals and they'll restore the content from the date you want inside of only an hour.