Hosting Features

Firewall

A host-based firewall is a piece of firewall software that runs on an individual computer or device.

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Data Encryption

Data is a critical asset. Data that is not properly managed & secured becomes a liability.

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Data Analysis

Data analysis is a process of inspecting, cleansing, transforming, and modeling data

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Data Protection

Data protection is the process of safeguarding important information from corruption, compromise or loss.

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Populer Pricing

Starting At
$2.49/m
Shared Basic
  • 2GB RAM
  • 2GB - Disk Space
  • 2 - MySQL Databases
  • 7GB - Monthly Bandwidth
  • 2 EMAIL - Email Allowed
  • Free SSL
  • 24/7/365 Tech Support
Starting At
$3.08/m
Shared Pro
  • 5GB RAM
  • 5GB - Disk Space
  • 5 - MySQL Databases
  • 20GB - Monthly Bandwidth
  • 5 EMAIL - Email Allowed
  • Free SSL
  • 24/7/365 Tech Support
Starting At
$10/m
Shared Business
  • 8GB RAM
  • 20GB - Disk Space
  • UNLIMITED - MySQL Databases
  • UNLIMITED GB - Monthly Bandwidth
  • UNLIMITED EMAIL - Email Allowed
  • Free SSL
  • 24/7/365 Tech Support

Hosting Specification

Starting At
$2.49/m
Shared Basic
  • HardwareIntel i5 2.7
  • Memory2GB Ram
  • HDD2GB Storage
  • Channel7GB Bandwidth
  • Email2 Email Addresses
  • Monitoring24/7
  • Support24/7
  • Operation SystemLinux
Starting At
$3.08/m
Shared Pro
  • HardwareIntel i5 2.7
  • Memory5GB Ram
  • HDD5GB Storage
  • Channel20GB Bandwidth
  • Email5 Email Addresses
  • Monitoring24/7
  • Support24/7
  • Operation SystemLinux, Windows
Starting At
$10/m
Shared Business
  • HardwareIntel i5 2.7
  • Memory8GM Ram
  • HDD20GB Storage
  • ChannelUnlimited GB Bandwidth
  • EmailUnlimited Email Addresses
  • Monitoring24/7
  • Support24/7
  • Operation SystemLinux, Windows

Frequently Asked Questions

With shared hosting, there will be multiple sites using the resources of a single server. Usually, you’ll be partitioned a certain amount of server resources your site can utilize. Typically, shared hosting plans are some of the most affordable plans out there.

When you have a shared web hosting plan, you’ll have access to a certain portion of server resources, defined by the hosting company you end up choosing. You’ll typically have access to the server environment through an integrated control panel.

Shared hosting is also very beginner friendly, as server maintenance and any other necessary tasks are managed by the hosting company. The only thing you’re responsible for is your own website.

With shared hosting, multiple sites share the same hardware and software resources of a single physical server. Typically, a shared server has pre-installed scripts and software that every site on the server must utilize.

Think of it this way. Say there’s an apartment building that has dozens of apartments. Each apartment is a different website. But, the building’s resources like utilities and other apartment benefits are shared by each individual.

In a shared hosting environment, you’re sharing a server with dozens, hundreds, or even more websites. Compare this to dedicated hosting where you have an entire server all to yourself.

VPS hosting does share some similarities to shared hosting. For example, VPS hosting utilizes a single server, but that single server is then partitioned out into multiple virtual server environments. These server environments act in a similar manner to a dedicated hosting environment.

Shared hosting is the perfect fit for beginners who are just getting started online. Since shared hosting is typically geared towards beginners the setup process is usually very intuitive and the host handles the more complex tasks. By choosing a shared host you’ll also enjoy other benefits including:

  • Cost savings as shared hosting is the cheapest form of hosting available
  • Shared hosting can usually be easily upgraded to higher packages
  • No technical skills required
  • Built-in cPanel integration, so site management is a breeze

Shared hosting isn’t the perfect hosting environment for every kind of website owner. Sure, it’s cheap, has high uptime, and is very easy to manage, but it still has some drawbacks, such as:

  • The loading speed can be much slower than dedicated server environments
  • There’s a chance your site’s performance can be affected by other sites sharing the same server
  • If your site’s traffic levels increase you may see a lag in performance
  • You won’t be able to customize your server environment for improved performance