Web-Hosting Services

Don’t need a website? Too tedious to create? Costs to much? Let us prove you otherwise. Start fast and easy, and scale up whenever you feel the need. It’s that simple. As part of our service portfolio, we provide several web hosting options depending on our customer’s needs and requirements. We believe in customized solutions that fit your pocket. We therefore mix and match services as we believe they would best aid our customers in reaching their goals.

What is Web Hosting?

Web hosting is a service that allows organizations and individuals to post a website or web page onto the Internet. A web host, or web hosting service provider, is a business that provides the technologies and services needed for the website or webpage to be viewed in the Internet. Websites are hosted, or stored, on special computers called servers.

When Internet users want to view your website, all they need to do is type your website address or domain into their browser. Their computer will then connect to your server and your webpages will be delivered to them through the browser.


  • Disk Space
  • All hosting accounts offer a certain amount of disk space that you can use to store your web files. It is recommended that you have some sort of estimates on what you need for various tasks.

  • Email Accounts
  • Email accounts are a common feature of hosting, especially if you are hosting a domain. There are three main types of email accounts: POP3, forwarding, and aliases.

    • POP3 accounts are the traditional inboxes. You have space on the server to store your emails, and at the same time, you can use an email program to download your mail. Each login and password combination usually equates to one account.
    • Forwarding mail accounts are useful if you are employing the service of another company to filter your emails for you. Rather than storing your emails on your mail server, emails are redirected to another email address.
    • Aliases accounts are similar to forwarding mail accounts. Some hosts allow you to setup a catch-all alias, which is often used to collect emails sent to addresses not recognized by your mail server.
  • FTP Access
  • After you have created your web pages on your computer, you need to transfer those files to your web server. The files are transferred to the server by use of FTP (i.e. File Transfer Protocol).


  • Capacity
  • Business hosting packages limit the total size of files you can upload and the amount of traffic your site can receive. If you exceed the limits, you usually have to pay an extra charge or watch as your website becomes unavailable under heavy load.

  • Functionality
  • Your website can be built using a number of different technologies. Make sure the features you need are included (for example, ecommerce, application support, etc).

  • Reliability.
  • Your website should be available 24/7 - particularly if you rely on it to generate business or service customers.

  • Service and support
  • Round-the-clock support is important - especially if you don't have your own technical staff.

  • Security
  • Make sure your hosting company takes precautions to guard against hackers, denial of service (DDoS) attacks and backs your files up regularly.

  • Contract
  • Watch out for long contract terms and expensive extras in the hosting agreement.

It can be hard to estimate exactly how your website will grow and what changes you will make in the future. This means it's often a good idea to start with a cheap web hosting package which you can upgrade easily when you need to, rather than opting for a more expensive package from the start.

However, do be aware that the cheapest packages are often a false economy. Their deficiencies will show up at crucial times - like when your site receives an unusually high number of visitors or you urgently need support.

It's a good idea to look for a guaranteed level of service from your web hosting provider. This is usually provided in the form of a service level agreement (SLA) stating the service you can expect – and entitling you to compensation if those targets are missed.