Different from a shared web hosting account where the information is backed up by the service provider, if you employ a virtual or a dedicated hosting server you'll have to keep manual backups since this kind of a service is not supplied by default. As fantastic as a web server could be, there is always the possibility that something may go wrong. As an example, you could delete some content by accident or a script-driven app could get damaged after an update. In case you have a backup, you will not need to worry about such problems as 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 every one of our hosting server solutions and we will store a copy of your content on a separate machine to ensure that it is undamaged no matter what. With the upgrade, you'll be able to work on your server without worrying that you could lose any information due to any reason.

Weekly Backup in Dedicated Servers

We offer weekly backups for every dedicated server, so whatever Operating System or hosting Control Panel you pick or what content you upload, we are able to keep a copy of your info on an individual hosting server and restore it when you need it. The upgrade will give you fifty gigabytes of disk space which you can use and you could obtain it anytime with several clicks. If you'd like to have backups from the beginning, for instance, you could purchase the service together with the dedicated hosting server, while if you need it later on, you can add it to your package through the billing area. Despite the fact that all hardware parts are examined thoroughly, a software problem could appear at any time, so using our backup service will give you additional security, particularly if you have important data on the server. You'll be able to employ this service as a part of our Managed Services package too as well as a variety of other hosting server management services which will make the administration of your dedicated server less difficult.