Weekly Backup in VPS Servers
You will be able to add the backup service to your new VPS servers with only several mouse clicks and our system will start generating a copy of all your content each week, so if you need any file or database to be restored, we will be able to do this for you right away. When you want to have backups straight away, you'll be able to select this feature during the virtual private server signup process. In any other case, you'll be able to opt for the service whenever you want through your billing Control Panel and we'll begin creating backups at once. As the upgrade is renewable, you shall be able to choose if you wish to use it during the entire time you employ the virtual machine or just during particular months - before and after an important upgrade of your sites, for example. That way you'll not need to worry that something could go wrong and you may lose your data. The backups are also part of our Managed Services bundle, that you can add to your virtual private server and make full use of various admin services we offer.
Weekly Backup in Dedicated Servers
If you choose one of our Linux dedicated servers, it'll take you just a few clicks to add the backup service we offer, so you'll not need to be concerned about any important info that you have on the server. The upgrade comes with fifty gb of disk space on an independent server and goes through each week. You could get it alongside the dedicated hosting server and have backups from the very start or you can add it to an existing account from the billing Control Panel. The standard backups are also included within our Managed Services bundle, that will make the administration of your dedicated server less difficult given that it features other useful features too - OS updates, custom work from our professionals, etcetera. With a copy of your data kept securely, you'll be able to improve your websites and keep them up-to-date all the time since you will always have a backup that could be restored in a few minutes if anything goes wrong.