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Features / Data Protection & Disaster Recovery Plans

Website hosting providers with built-in backup and recovery systems

We know that in the modern business world, data is the lifeblood and that enterprises need data to be online and available at all times, with no downtime. In light of the potential for software failure, system failure, data loss due to hacking or viruses, etc., we have devised reliable ways to safeguard your information.

RAID Technology - To prevent loss of data in the event of a hard drive failure, we use state-of-the-art RAID hardware. The way these technology works is by writing all data at once to multiple hard drives, or "shards," so that if one drive fails, the system can continue to run normally by accessing the data from the other drive(s) or drives. The greatest aspect is that this technology may be used with no alterations to your website or web application's code.

Since RAID systems continue to work properly in the event of disc failures, they provide a substantial advantage over non-RAID systems, both in terms of data protection and the ability to maintain 100% uptime. The server's many services benefit from RAID technology as well, although somewhat more.

When a hard drive dies, the system administrators are alerted immediately so they may replace it. As a result, the system's functionality is unaffected by disc failures thanks to the mirrored data on the spare hard drive(s).


Multiple Server Backups Per Week & Daily - There are several copies of crucial information spread out throughout a server. In order to quickly and easily restore a server after a catastrophic failure, our specialists have done extensive research and developed sophisticated backup scripts that keep secure copies of all critical files and folders at regular, predetermined intervals.


Exclusive to Web Hosting Plans - Your Own Backup Policy Manager Your critical information is involved in all of our services. You may establish very flexible backup strategies to safeguard your most important data with the help of the Backup Manager that comes standard on most of our products. To specify the backup scope, backup frequency, and backlogs, a web-based backup policy manager offers a simple, step-by-step tutorial.

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