Backups can be stored in any location, from the same server to a remote one. For redundancy and better reliability, we recommend storing backups in remote locations.
Remote backups can be configured via FTP or other backup scripts. During the backup process, server attempts to transfer the backups to remote server via FTP or rsync. (more…)
Backups are inevitable for business uptime. Disasters such as a hard disk crash, may strike any moment, and having latest server backups handy helps in getting your business back and rolling without much downtime.
But many often, web hosts configure backups, but never check them for completion or adequacy. This can end up spoiling the effectiveness of having backups, if they are useless or incomplete.
What all data should I backup? How often should I backup? How long should I keep the backup data? Where should I store the backup data?
These are some of the common questions web hosts have, while deciding on a cPanel backup management system. In our role as Outsourced Tech Support for web hosts, we relieve them off such worries and implement a fool-proof backup system for their servers. (more…)