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We recognize the fact that you can have very important data on your virtual or dedicated server, and that's why we offer an optional backup upgrade you can add anytime. While shared website hosting servers are backed up on a regular basis by all hosting providers, this is not so for standalone servers, so if you don't keep a copy of your files on your home pc, you risk losing critical info in the event that something goes wrong - deleting something unintentionally or updating a script-driven application unsuccessfully, as an example. With our additional service, we shall make a backup of your data on an individual web server as to make sure that we'll have a good copy all the time and that we are able to restore everything the way it was before the predicament emerged. The optional upgrade will permit you to take care of your content without worrying about possible problems of any sort.
Weekly Backup in Dedicated Hosting
When you pick one of our Linux dedicated servers hosting packages
, it'll take you only a few mouse clicks to include the backup service that we offer, so you'll not have to stress about any vital information that you have on the hosting server. The upgrade provides fifty gb of disk space on a separate server and goes through every week. You'll be able to acquire it alongside the dedicated web server and have backups from the very beginning or you can add it to an existing account via the billing Control Panel. The conventional backups are also included in our Managed Services bundle, that shall make the management of your dedicated hosting server much easier given that it incorporates other useful features also - OS updates, custom work from our professionals, and so on. With a copy of your info kept safely, you can improve your Internet sites and keep them up-to-date all the time since you will always have a backup which can be restored within a couple of minutes if anything fails.