Dropbox is a file storage service, which enables you to store any sort of data. The files are synchronized between all units in which the Dropbox application is installed and you could access them via any sort of device, including a smart phone. Unlike a hosting service where the files are executed and an html file, for instance, shall display as an actual webpage with text and images on it, in Dropbox you'll see the content as a list of files and folders. If you have an account with them or open a new one, you can reap the benefits of our free service and you can link a web hosting account on our end with the Dropbox account so that our system can generate regular backups there. In this way you can have a copy of your content on our web servers, on their servers and also on your laptop or computer and you shall be able to access it from any machine provided that the Dropbox app is installed, which will offer you more safety in the event that something happens with your info, such as an unintended deletion, for instance.
Dropbox Backups in Cloud Website Hosting
The Dropbox backup function is accessible with all of our cloud website hosting
plans and activating it takes several mouse clicks, so you'll be able to link the account on our end to your Dropbox space in no time. The tool that you'll find inside the Hepsia hosting CP will enable you to pick which websites and databases should be backed up independently and what number of copies ought to be created, the biggest amount being fourteen. Thus you could have a daily copy of your content for the past two weeks in case you alter or delete something that you need. How much content will be stored within your Dropbox account and how many copies shall be available also is determined by the size of the data and the disk space which you have on their end. The function can be enabled or disabled anytime and if needed, you could effortlessly switch the Dropbox account linked to your shared hosting space on our end or even add a number of accounts and have numerous websites backed up in different accounts.