Greatresponder.com – 2011-07-13 – As a web master having a secure and reliable web restoring system is crucial. This is because in this digital era, countless hours or work could be destroyed in a fraction of a second. Today, thanks to the newly launched Website Restore service from myhosting.com webmasters from around the world are able to turn back to a time in order to resume to a secure restoring point on their site. This new-age restoring service is offered to all clients with any shared web hosting accounts as long as it is running on either Windows 2008 or Linux hosting platforms. It is also associated with MySQL, Microsoft SQL or PostgreSQL Databases. For a more secure storage that will be available at each storage point all backup data is saved on secondary servers.
This website restoring feature is very user-friendly and will be even more easier to use by costumers of Windows System Restore or Mac Time Machine since they both feature simple yet efficient interface and functionality. Hence, with myhosting.com’s site restoring services clients can create whole websites snapshot or restore a certain point therefore making corrupt tables, database errors and lost files ancient history. So with simply a couple clicks the Webmaster can go back to a clean state.
This service allows users to create restore points, making their files available both before or after important website or database changes. Those files are stored in a secondary server, which makes for an extra layer of protection and security for users and their businesses to rely on. This is not the only benefit web hosting users are offered when using this service.
Revealing some of the other benefits of this simple website restoring service for web hosting clients, Tim Attwood, Product Manager at myhosting.com says that “Secure ‘restore points’ mean security for business . Our new service creates a clear road map with restore points for databases and websites that allows users to recover anything from one lost or corrupt file to a complete database.”