Find out about what the feature ‘administration services’ implies in the realm of web hosting and just what these services offer you.
If you have a virtual or a dedicated server, you'll have to carry out more things to keep it in shape compared to a shared Internet hosting account. The reason is that the shared web servers are maintained by the hosting provider, while with a standalone server you will be the only one in charge. A few examples of the tasks you'll have to do are installing server-side programs and keeping them up-to-date, monitoring the web server and restarting it when necessary, and so on. If you don't have free time for this type of tasks, though, or if you have never had a server of your own and you feel uncertain what exactly you must do, you should use our optional management services. When you do this, our system admins will handle each one of these additional tasks for you, so you'll be able to concentrate on your Internet sites and to advertise them, in order to get more visitors and potential clients without having to spend time and efforts on particulars.
Administration Services in Dedicated Web Hosting
You can take advantage of our administration services whenever you want. You can include them to your dedicated server either during the signup process or later using your billing Control Panel. This won't take more than several clicks and you can choose the tasks that our administrator team will take care of. They can keep a weekly backup of your content and restore it at any time if required; they're able to keep tabs on and restart the dedicated server if some software issue appears; they're able to update the OS running on the hosting server every week to ensure that there aren't any security holes and that your files are protected; and last, but not least, they're able to handle anything else you decide, including third-party software set up procedures and troubleshooting tasks. You'll be able to decide if you would want to use all these services or simply some of them and for what period of time, based upon your experience and on the amount of time you can spend managing server administration procedures.