The Average Joe Cyber with a website now has a formidable new weapon in the war against website hacks, crashes or data losses. Launched this week, CodeGuard from Domains.co.za backs-up websites daily to a secure location in a remote data centre.
After the initial backup is completed, the solution diligently checks the website daily for any changes by comparing the current website files with the last version backed-up to the Cloud. A “ChangeAlert” is emailed to the website owner with information about files added, changed, or deleted, plus an array of additional information. The website owner can then easily recover deleted, or overwritten files, or their entire website, thus rapidly recovering from data loss. CodeGuard works perfectly with content management websites like WordPress Joomla.
CodeGuard perfectly complements Domains.co.za’s website hosting solutions. “Now, clients without any technical knowledge can have their website backed up to Amazon S3 storage and have the ability to automatically restore the entire website, selective files, or download a zip file of their website” says Domains.co.za Managing Director, Wayne Diamond. He adds that Domains.co.za has integrated CodeGuard into their website hosting so that there is nothing for the website owner to install or configure. Sign-up for CodeGuard with any of their hosting accounts and their system will automatically configure and start backing up your website within minutes.
Two CodeGuard packages are available, a standard Website Backup at R25 per month for 10GB backup storage, and a Website Backup Pro option at R50 per month for 20GB backup storage. “The website files and databases are compressed, encrypted with AES-256 bit encryption and can withstand two simultaneous datacenter failures”, says Wayne Diamond.
Domains.co.za is a leading South African ICANN Accredited Domains Registrar, website hosting and cloud provider. The company has a history of innovation within the domain name space. For example, last year Domains.co.za became the first South African hosting provider to enable SnapScan as a payment method. This means it is able to receive cardless, and cashless, secure payments for domain name purchases and hosting services.
For further information, please visit: https://www.domains.co.za/code-guard
Source: Port Elizabeth – MyPR.
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