Discover what lies behind the "Administration Services" option and how exactly those services can be helpful for you.
In the event that you get your own server, you will notice that server administration is different from shared hosting account administration. The reason is that shared accounts are made on physical servers, which are administered by the host company, while if you have a hosting server of your own, the server management tasks will be your job. These include software installation procedures and updates, tracking and rebooting procedures, and so forth., so in case you do not have very much practical experience or you are unable to spend a lot of time on this sort of tasks, feel free to use the administration services which we offer with our server packages. These include a lot of web server management tasks our system administrators and tech support team will take care of, so that you can concentrate on creating and developing your sites or on running Internet marketing campaigns to bring in more potential customers.
Administration Services in Dedicated Servers Hosting
You can take full advantage of our administration services at any time. You'll be able to add them to your dedicated server
either during the signup process or afterwards via your billing CP. This won't take more than a few mouse clicks and you could decide on the tasks which our admin team will take care of. They are able to keep a weekly backup of your content and restore it at any time if needed; they can keep tabs on and restart the dedicated server if some software issue occurs; they are able to update the OS running on the 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 manage everything else you choose, such as third-party software set up procedures and troubleshooting tasks. You could choose if you would want to use all of these services or only a number of them and for what time period, based upon your experience and on the length of time you can spend dealing with server administration procedures.