Managed Services Package in VPS
If you decide to sign up for one of our virtual private servers plans, you could include the Managed Services upgrade either during the order procedure or anytime afterwards via your billing Control Panel and renew it for as long as you require it along with the VPS monthly payments. Provided this upgrade is active for your package deal, we shall keep weekly backups the entire content that you have on the machine, so if anything fails after some update, for instance, we can easily restore the virtual private server they way it was. Our professionals will also keep close track of the machine at all times and if a problem shows up, they will resolve it or will restart the machine. The upgrade includes 30 minutes of custom work, which is sufficient for most tasks - setting up and troubleshooting third-party app you want to use or which does not run properly. Furthermore, we'll also keep your Operating System up-to-date to ensure that your server remains secure and stable all the time.
Managed Services Package in Dedicated Hosting
The upgrade is available with all of the dedicated hosting which we offer and if you intend to take full advantage of all services it provides, you can add it with a mouse click on the server order page or any time you need it from your billing Control Panel. You may also choose if you will employ this upgrade constantly as it can be renewed independently from the dedicated hosting server plan. When you have important information on the server, we will back it up regularly as 50 GB of disk space on an individual hosting server shall be at your disposal. Our admins shall also keep tabs on the machine all the time, install the most recent updates for its OS and reboot it whenever this is necessary. As the Managed Services package features installation and troubleshooting as well, they'll also help you with any third-party software and handle the installation for you. This will enable you to use our machine even if you are not really tech-savvy and you haven't used a server of your own before.