In case you need a highly effective web hosting solution for your sites, you will need a standalone hosting server simply because a shared website hosting plan may not be equipped to handle the load or you may simply need some software to be present on the server. While a shared server is managed by the service provider, this is not the case with a virtual or a dedicated machine, therefore you'll have to handle many different tasks which include keeping a backup of your content or the installation of software. This could be an issue in case you do not have loads of experience or you just do not have time to handle this kind of issues. For such circumstances we offer a Managed Services upgrade, which includes a number of tasks that our system admins can do for you, saving you the time and the inconvenience to do them yourself. This upgrade shall permit you to start and maintain a successful web presence and you could focus on developing your websites rather than managing small tedious tasks.

Managed Services Package in Dedicated Servers

The package is available with all dedicated servers that we offer and if you intend to take advantage of all services it includes, you could add it with a mouse click on the web server order page or any time you need it from your billing Control Panel. You may also determine if you shall employ this upgrade regularly given that it could be renewed separately from the dedicated server plan. In the event you have very important information on the hosting server, we will back it up regularly as 50 GB of disk space on a separate hosting server will be at your disposal. Our administrators shall also keep tabs on the hosting server at all times, install the most up-to-date updates for its OS and reboot it each time this is needed. Since the Managed Services upgrade features installation and troubleshooting as well, they'll also help you with any third-party software and install it for you. This will allow you to use our server even if you aren't incredibly tech-savvy and you have not used a machine of your own before.