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Our founders have been in the web hosting industry since 1998 and have learnt a thing or two! Simply put, you can stand to take advantage of the tremendous knowledge achieved from being involved in the industry

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How do I know which Web hosting package is best for me

In order to choose a hosting package that will fit your needs, begin by thinking about the goals of your business. The biggest differentiators between hosting packages are the size of disk space, monthly data transfer, number of emailboxes and tools such as open source applications and programming languages. After you determine how you plan to use your site and the amount of traffic you expect on your site, you'll be able to identify which package is best for your business.

For most users, Web Hosting meets their needs with ample storage, bandwidth, email addresses and with no system administration skills required. VPS Hosting is a good option for more advanced users who are tech-savvy and want greater control and flexibility of their hosting environment. Like having your own dedicated server, VPS allows you to install applications and gain direct access to the underlying operating system, but at a fraction of the price of dedicated hosting.

Whether you are building your first website, or maintaining a sophisticated site for your business demands, you are backed by 99.99% UNIX® uptime* and free 24/7 live, technical support.

Web hosting is the technology that puts your website online. It is one of the three essential components of establishing your Web presence: a domain name (Web address), a website and a Web host. Your domain name tells people where to find you, your website is viewed by your visitors, and hosting makes your site part of the Internet. Quite simply, the definition of Web hosting is an online storage service for any content displayed or accessed through your website. Common examples of stored information include images, video, or design templates.