24-Hour Website Monitoring and Complete Backup Services
In today's world, your website is usually the first impression for your business. Clients and prospects are viewing your site to learn more, but what happens if they can't find it? What do you do if your website is down? How long has it been down?
Backup and Monitoring
What would you do if your website went down today? With Blue Atlas’ website backup service and Backup and recovery services you’re covered! Websites can go offline unexpectedly for many reasons. With Blue Atlas, your website files are up-to-date and secure. Your files will be backed up on a periodic basis that meets your company’s needs!
My hosting company should have a backup of my site, right?
What is backed up on my site?
How often should I backup my site?
Most hosting companies do have backups, but many times those are several months old. In some cases, their backups are corrupt and won't restore your site. If you read any hosting company's fine print, they explain that they are not responsible for your site. Do you want to take that chance?
We back up everything including images, page content, and most importantly, databases. If your website is powered by content management system (CSM), you are covered because we back up everything.
It is costly to replace the time your staff spends creating and loading content. In order to avoid duplicate entry, you should backup your site as often as you update your website. If you add content everyday, you should back up every day. If you load content several times a month, a weekly backup is usually sufficient to prevent a big loss of data.
Would you know if your website went down? How long would it take for someone at your company to notice? with Blue Atlas' website monitoring service, we check your site every 5 minutes, so we know when there is an issue, and our team can get you back up in minutes in most cases!
My hosting company guarantees 99.9% uptime. Why monitor?
What are the dangers of a down website?
Most hosting companies use this same number, but this overly optimistic number is seldom true. Sometimes your site may go down because of a new change in server configurations, excessive cpu usage or a variety of other items you may not cause. Regardless, your site is down, and you need to know so you can get it back up as soon as possible!
The dangers of a website that is down are:
- Loss of Potential sales during down time
- Lost traffic, blemished reputation, and reduced
- Search engine demotion or even DE-Indexation
Backup and Monitoring
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