In the information era, data is considered to be an asset for any business or individual. If you have a website then everything that is on the website is very important to you and to protect it you need to take regular backups of your data.
Although, your web hosting provider might take backups of your data on a periodical basis it is a good practice to have your own set of backups just in case anything goes wrong. This can also be useful when you are looking to switch from one provider to another.
Note: If you wish to store the backup at a remote location then you need to fill the location, username and password details of the particular location.
You can restore these backups when you wish by using the Restore Backup option and browsing the file on your system and select upload.
From the same page you can also create backups of your email forwarders and filters and restore them as well.
Most of the web hosting providers offer support with backup and restoring your data and if you are not comfortable doing this yourself then it is better you get in touch with the support department to help you with it and you may also consider a backup solution for regular backups for better protection.
cPanel version 64 has been released to the CURRENT tier. It is now available for installation. Following are some of its new features.
Incremental backups have been improved. It allows you to keep more than one restore point! You can make full use of the flexible backup retention schedule and keep as many as you like!.
AutoSSL will now issue and apply valid SSLs for cPanel & WHM’s Proxy Subdomains.
You can now migrate your existing backup configuration with WHM from the legacy backup system to the modern backup system with the click of a button!
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