Website Backups

Website Backups

Easily Automate Your Website’s Backup to Create Local & Remote Copies

Backup Faster. Better. Secure.

All-In-One Website Backup Platform

Automate your website backups for peace of mind

Having the power to automate domain-level backups brings endless possibilities and peace of mind to website owners. Although there are multiple backup solutions out there, a great provider should be able to support mission critical data, with up to 50GB of storage. This would also include backup of your web pages (website files), databases (MySQL files), images, scripts and applications and email structure and correspondence.

Automated backup will eliminate the need for manual backups. Business owners will no longer have to search for alternatives for file storage off-site or monitor the changes in the versions of their websites.

The right solution will allow you to automate the entire process easily and make it so your local and remote copies are backed up too, making you prepared for almost any situation.

Restore your website quickly after an incident occurs

When an incident happens that you may not have expected, it’s important that you are prepared for the sake of your business and for customer vitality. Ensuring your website is backed up and that the website’s copy is up-to-date will help to easily restore balance in your business and to your data in times of chaos.

Emergency preparedness is the key to helping you restore your website data extremely quickly. Being prepared will help you to avoid losses in revenue or income and website penalties from Google.

Let’s say your website was developed on a test server and you recently tweaked your site. These changes won’t take place on your original site version. This is especially true for websites that contain discussion forums, blogs or any type of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system. Since most content that contains value is uploaded by your users, it simply can only be in existence on your site. However, a site backup can eliminate all of these potential problems.

Fast and Easy Website Transfer

Website Backups Include:

Automatic Backups

And easy to use interface to backup their your website and database. Just enter your FTP, SFTP or RSYNC details and backups will start automatically.

One-Click Restore

Recreate your website files and databases with one-click restore. Choose from up to 30 backup versions for easy recovery.

One-Click Download

Lost your local copy of data file? Don’t worry. Our one-click download feature lets you access your backup anytime and anywhere.

Super Secure Backup

Use of military grade encryption and industry standard security practices ensures your data is protected, secure and always available.

Website Blacklist Monitoring

Check if your website is deemed unsafe for browsing by Google using our integrated Google’s Safe Browsing.

Monitor Website

Monitor the uptime of your website from 3 continents and get notified in the event of a server or network outage.

Service Questions

Website Backup FAQ’s

How Should You Backup Your Website?
The easiest option is to create a full server backup and a snapshot. This way you can restore any individual file or an entire snapshot depending on the circumstances. If you only maintain a web application, look for an integration to backup raw files and databases specific to that app. Email users can copy emails to a local folder from a desktop email client like Thunderbird.
How Often Should You Create Backups?
How often do you update your website? If it’s less than monthly, maybe backup the website before every change. If it’s more often, weekly may be better. If it’s closer to daily, you may want to look into a more advanced backup solution that handles differential and incremental backups. - A Differential backup includes data that changed since the last full backup - An incremental backup includes data that has changed since the last backup, full or incremental
Where Should You Keep Backups?
Not on the same server. Download the backups, make sure they work, and store them in multiple locations: an external drive (hard disk, SSD, NVMe, tape, doesn’t matter) and/or cloud storage provider (e.g. Dropbox, Google Workspace).
How Long Should You Keep Backups?
This primarily depends on the storage capacity available to you. If you can’t store more than 3 full backups, consider keeping the most recent backups or a recent backup along with one from the beginning of the month.

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