Weekly Backup in VPS
You will be able to incorporate the backup service to your new virtual private servers with only a number of mouse clicks and our system shall start creating a copy of all of your content every week, so if you need any file or database to be restored, we will be able to do this for you in no time. If you prefer to have backups straight away, you should select this feature during the virtual private server signup process. Alternatively, you'll be able to choose the service anytime using your billing Control Panel and we'll start producing backups straight away. Since the upgrade is renewable, you'll be able to choose if you would like to use it during the entire time you use the virtual machine or just during particular months - before and after a significant upgrade of your websites, for example. This way you will not need to worry that something might go wrong and you may lose your data. The backups are also part of our Managed Services bundle, which you can add to your VPS and make use of various administration services which we offer.
Weekly Backup in Dedicated Hosting
When you use one of our Linux dedicated hosting, you'll be able to take advantage of the optional backup service with only a few mouse clicks. You can add it during the initial signup and have backups produced as soon as your machine is up and running or you can add it later through your Control Panel in case you decide that you shall need it for the future. With this service, fifty Gigabytes of disk space on a separate hosting server will be reserved for you at all times, so in the event that anything breaks down with an Internet site or some other web app, we can quickly restore the data. You could get weekly backups not just as an independent service, but also as a part of our Managed Services pack, which incorporates many other tasks that our administrators can perform for you like installing third-party applications and updating the OS of your dedicated server. This will permit you to work on your web apps without needing to worry that something might go not as planned.