Weekly Backup in VPS
You will be able to add the backup service to your new virtual private servers with only a number of mouse clicks and our system will start generating a copy of your content once a week, so whenever you require any file or database to be restored, we will be able to do this for you very quickly. If you prefer to have backups right away, you should select this feature during the virtual private server signup procedure. Otherwise, you could choose the service anytime from your billing CP and we will start generating backups immediately. As the upgrade is renewable, you'll be able to decide if you'd like to use it during the whole time you employ the virtual machine or just during particular months - after and before a significant upgrade of your sites, for example. That way you'll not need to worry that something may go wrong and you might lose your information. The backups are also part of our Managed Services bundle, which you can include to your virtual private server and take full advantage of numerous administration services which we provide.
Weekly Backup in Dedicated Hosting
If you use one of our Linux dedicated servers hosting packages, you can use the optional backup service with no more than 2 clicks. You could add it during the initial signup and have backups produced as soon as your machine is up and running or you could add it afterwards 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 web server shall be reserved for you all of the time, so if anything fails with an Internet site or some other web app, we shall immediately restore the content. You could get weekly backups not only as a separate service, but also as an element of our Managed Services pack, which incorporates a number of other tasks which our admins can perform for you such as installing third-party applications and updating the OS of your dedicated web server. This would allow you to work on your web apps without needing to worry that something may go not as planned.