Discover what lies behind the "Administration Services" feature and how those services may be helpful for you.
If you have a virtual or a dedicated server, you will have to carry out more things to ensure that is stays in shape compared to a shared Internet hosting account. The reason is that the shared machines are managed by the host company, while with a standalone server you shall be the only one who controls thing. Some examples of the tasks you will have to do are installing server-side applications and keeping them up-to-date, checking the server and restarting it when necessary, and so forth. If you don't have time for this kind of tasks, nevertheless, or in case you have not had a server of your own and you feel unsure of what exactly you must do, you may use our optional management services. If you do this, our system administrators will handle all of these additional tasks for you, so you'll be able to concentrate on your web sites and to enhance them, as a way to get more visitors and potential customers without spending time and efforts on details.
Administration Services in Dedicated Servers
You can take full advantage of our administration services anytime. You can include them to your dedicated server either during the signup process or later on through your billing Control Panel. This won't take more than several clicks and you can select the tasks that our admin team will handle. They can keep a weekly backup of your content and restore it whenever you want if necessary; they are able to keep tabs on and reboot the dedicated server if some software issue occurs; they can update the Operating System running on the hosting server every week to make sure that there aren't any security holes and that your files are protected; and last, but not least, they're able to take care of everything else you choose, like third-party software installation procedures and troubleshooting tasks. You are able to decide if you would want to use all these services or only some of them and for what time period, depending on your experience and on the length of time you can spend managing server administration procedures.