Dropbox is a file storage platform, that has been gaining a lot in popularity recently as it enables you to access any content kept on its servers using any device as long as their software is installed. The content is synchronized between all units, so you may access it at any time. Dropbox doesn't offer web hosting services, hence if you upload an html file it won't appear as a website and shall not be executed. The service is used only for storing info and we've taken advantage of the fact that they provide an API to third-party companies to set up a backup service on our end, that you can use if you host your sites on our hosting servers. With this additional function you will not need tostress about your content as you will always have a copy of your Internet sites on the Dropbox servers and on your personal computer in the event that something happens - a script update going wrong, deleting files accidentally, and so on.

Dropbox Backups in Website Hosting

If you would like to take full advantage of our Dropbox backup service and you've got a website hosting account, you could permit this option with a few mouse clicks inside your Hepsia CP and our system will start generating backups the very same day. Depending on the disk space quota of your Dropbox account and just how much content you've got on our web servers, you could choose the number of different backups that'll be made, ranging from three to 14. You could also decide if backups will be created just of the site files or of the databases also and Hepsia will permit you to enable this option for each site or database separately, to ensure you can back up precisely the content that you actually need. Allowing the service is very simple and all it takes is to add your Dropbox account in the corresponding section of Hepsia. You can even include multiple accounts and removing one which you no longer want to use takes simply a mouse click. You could use this service along with our regular backups which are made 4 times a day and include all your files and databases.