ProHost Backup

Essential Guide to Data Backup

Ensure data security with reliable SQL Server backup solutions. Manage databases and users through an intuitive control panel and perform administrative tasks via web-based tools. Our cost-effective solutions provide robust protection, ensuring your data is safe, recoverable, and always available when you need it.

Data backup


SAR 40
  • Memory (RAM) 512MB
  • Processor (CPU) 1 Core
  • Disk 20GB SSD
  • Bandwidth 1TB


SAR 80
  • Memory (RAM) 1GB
  • Processor (CPU) 1 Core
  • Disk 30GB SSD
  • Bandwidth 2TB


SAR 160
  • Memory (RAM) 2GB
  • Processor (CPU) 2 Core
  • Disk 40GB SSD
  • Bandwidth 3TB


SAR 320
  • Memory (RAM) 4GB
  • Processor (CPU) 2 Core
  • Disk 60GB SSD
  • Bandwidth 4TB


SAR 320
  • Memory (RAM) 4GB
  • Processor (CPU) 2 Core
  • Disk 60GB SSD
  • Bandwidth 4TB
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Built for speed

Backup features

Secure Storage

Safeguard data with robust storage solutions.

High Performance

Optimal speed and efficiency for backup operations.


Store backups securely in the cloud environment.

Fast Setup

Quick and seamless backup implementation process.

100% uptime

The best ability is availability — so we make sure your site stays up.

Automated Backups

Schedule backups effortlessly for data protection.

Data Encryption

Ensure data security with advanced encryption methods.

Custom Solutions

Tailored backup strategies to _meet unique business needs.

Product FAQs

Frequently asked questions

What is backup?
Backup is the process of creating copies of data to ensure its availability and recoverability in case of data loss or corruption.
Why is backup important?
Backup is crucial for safeguarding against various data loss scenarios such as hardware failures, accidental deletion, cyberattacks, or natural disasters.
What data should I back up?
It's essential to back up all critical business and personal data, including documents, databases, emails, and configurations, to ensure comprehensive protection
What backup methods are available?
Common backup methods include full backups (copying all data), incremental backups (copying only changes since the last backup), and differential backups (copying changes since the last full backup).

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Data Security

Protecting valuable information from loss.

Continuous Protection

Ensuring data is always safeguarded.

Automated Solutions

Streamlined backup processes for efficiency.