Hosting & Email
Hosting & Email for your business
A Host Server for Services & Internet connectivity
Hosting and Email play an important part in providing services for your website.
A host server supplies space for your website, services & functionality such as email, databases, applications, and connectivity to the internet to transfer requests.
Our Host Server is located in the Data Center, Sydney Australia, for maximum bandwidth and connectivity.
(If you do not have a domain, we will help you purchase one).
Technologies and Services
Website Applications – Email Accounts – FTP Access – Databases – Back Ups
A host server provides services to add function to your website.
Our server has 413 apps we can install, such as WordPress & Joomla.
100’s of Apps
Wide range of apps to choose from
Check the demos to experience before installing
Create email accounts in seconds
Backups / Restore
Configure backups to be restored
Get the updated version of apps
|Bandwidth||5Gb p/m||20Gb p/m||Unlimited|
|Aust. Data Center Hosting|
|413 Softalicious Apps|
Is Hosting Expensive?
Host costs are relative to services provided
There are many cheap overseas options when it comes to hosting.
Cheap Hosting focus’s primarily on space (as gullable users don’t know anything else) and are usually occupied by those, who don’t understand the services needed or the importance of site security in general.
Trying to save a dollar on hosting is like trying to save a dollar on anything.
In the end you get what you pay for.
So in reality, hosting is not expensive when you realise what’s required and what it does for your business. You can’t build a rational, reputable business on cheap services.
Not All Hosts are equal
The server type, space, bandwidth and services differ with each host.
The two main types of servers are Microsoft and Linux.
We choose Linux to host our websites for it’s robust framework, popularity with web designers, ties to the open source community and security.
To understand the power of Linux in driving the Internet, companies such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon and many others, all have their servers running on Linux-based server software.
Linux systems are widely known for their stability and reliability, many Linux servers on the Internet have been running for years without failure or even being restarted.
To be useful, a server needs to be able to accept requests for services from remote clients, and a server is always vulnerable by permitting some access to its ports. Linux implements a variety of security mechanisms to secure files and services from attacks and abuses.
Linux has a rock-solid support for a mix of computer architectures, on both modern and moderately old hardware.
The world’s most powerful supercomputer runs on a Linux-based operating system.