Dropbox is a popular cloud file storage platform. In contrast to an Internet hosting service where you can have an Internet site that's accessible online by typing a domain, Dropbox allows you to store files, that you can access through their application using a personal computer or a smartphone. The files are not executed, so an html file will be listed and not displayed as an actual Internet site. The service permits you to access your data from any location so long as you log in with the correct credentials. Because the firm allows third-party firms to use their API, we've taken advantage of this service and we present you with the chance to create regular automatic backups of the content you have on our end to a Dropbox account provided you've got enough space. This will include one more level of protection for your Internet sites simply because you will always have a copy of any info that you might require and if the application is installed on your computer system, a copy will be available not just on their servers, but also inside a folder on your end.
Dropbox Backups in Website Hosting
You'll be able to use the Dropbox backup feature with all website hosting services that we offer and at no extra cost. Using the respective section within the Hepsia CP, you'll be able to link a Dropbox account with a couple of clicks and the backups will start being created there the same day. You can select the sites and databases that shall be copied there separately, so if you have lots of content on our end or a small disk quota with Dropbox, you'll be able to select only the content which you really need. You could also choose the number of backups that will be kept in your Dropbox account, ranging from three to 14, so you can have a daily copy of your content going 14 days back. Adding a number of accounts or deleting one which you no longer want to use is as effortless. The Dropbox backups may be used together with the daily backups we keep of all your content in case that you would like to have a copy on your PC through the Dropbox app.