If you have a virtual or a dedicated server, you will need to do more things to maintain it in shape compared to a shared Internet hosting account. This is because the shared hosting servers are maintained by the hosting provider, while with a standalone server you shall be the only one who controls thing. Examples of the tasks you'll have to do are installing server-side applications and keeping them up-to-date, monitoring the web server and rebooting it when necessary, etc. If you don't have free time for this type of tasks, nevertheless, or if you haven't had a server of your own and you feel unclear about what exactly you have to do, you may use our optional administration services. When you do this, our system administrators will take care of all of these additional tasks for you, so you'll be able to concentrate on your Internet sites and to enhance them, in order to get more visitors and potential clients without needing to spend time and efforts on particulars.
Administration Services in Dedicated Servers
The additional services are available to all of our customers at any time, regardless of the particular dedicated server package deal, so when you get a machine from us, our system administrators shall help you with lots of things. In the first place, they will make perfectly sure that the software environment on the machine is always secure, as they will update the Operating System on a weekly basis. They shall also take care of your content and shall generate a backup on a separate machine and if anything goes wrong, your files and databases will be restored with ease. With the supervising and rebooting service, our admin staff will keep an eye on the hosting server all of the time and will react quickly if any problem occurs. In addition, they could also carry out any custom tasks on the hosting server that you might need, for as long as you might require them. Depending on the time you'll be able to spend on the hosting server and on your practical experience, you could get these services individually, or you can get them together as part of one plan.