Managed Services Package
See exactly what services you will get for your server using the Managed Services package.
In case you have a shared Internet hosting account, the provider manages maintenances, updates and backups, but this isn't the situation with virtual and dedicated web servers. If you need an independent machine because a shared plan does not supply enough system resources to support your web programs or you just require particular custom software to be running on the hosting server and it is not present in the shared one, you may not have much choice as to what sort of Internet hosting you can use. While this won't be a problem in case you have experience, you may encounter difficulties if you've never had a web server of your own. That is the key reason why we offer a Managed Services bundle that you could add to your hosting server package whenever you want. It offers a variety of things like weekly backups, Operating System updates and installation of third-party apps, so you won't need to spend time and efforts on this kind of matters.
Managed Services Package in Dedicated Servers
The pack is available with all of the dedicated web hosting plans we offer and if you would like to take full advantage of all services it includes, you may add it with a click on the web server order page or whenever you need it from your billing CP. You can also choose if you shall employ this upgrade constantly as it could be renewed individually from the dedicated server plan. If you have critical info on the hosting server, we shall back it up regularly as fifty Gigabytes of disk space on a separate server shall be at your disposal. Our administrators shall also keep tabs on the hosting server all the time, install the most up-to-date updates for its Operating System and restart it each time this is necessary. Since the Managed Services upgrade offers installation and troubleshooting as well, they could also help you with any third-party software and set it up for you. This will allow you to use our server even if you aren't incredibly tech-savvy and you haven't used a machine of your own before.