Make Sure You’re Covered

Should a website disaster strike, having a solid backup plan will save you time and stress.

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Reasons To Backup

Establish Your Plan


Your backup schedule will depend on the type of website you have and the rate at which its updated. Ecommerce, blogs, and other frequently changing websites may need to backup daily, or even hourly. For rarely modified websites, a weekly or monthly plan may suffice. In either case, we can help you establish a proper backup schedule for your website.


We also ensure your backups are stored at a separate location. If something happens to your website server, and your backups are stored on that same server, those copies may also be lost or ruined. This segregation is vital, and should be something you consider when making your backup plan.


It can be dangerous to assume your backups have saved successfully. Something could happen during the process or important files could get missed. We regularly check the integrity of your backups by doing periodic, full restorations of your website. Because if something did happen, we want to make sure you get up and running as fast as possible.

Let us have your back.

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