Server Upgrades For All Customers Coming Soon!

Over the next couple of weeks we will be upgrading all our servers. New features available to all customers will include:

+ Network Upgrade: 1000Mbps Burstable GigE Uplink now standard on all servers, customers should see vast improvements in speed!

+ SSD Hosting: All accounts will soon enjoy super fast loading speeds. All our new shared hosting servers come standard with enterprise SSD based hard drives with RAID redundancy, 128GB ECC memory and Dual Intel Xeon CPU processors. (min 32+ core)

+ Noobie Website Builder: Create powerful websites easily with drag and drop. Look for the Noobie Website Builder" icon in your cPanel account. View video demo

+ Installatron: Install WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, B2evolution, phpBB, SMF, Magento, PrestaShop, OpenCart, AbanteCart, CubeCart, Dolphin, piwik Live Stats and 200+ other scripts with just a few clicks!

+ Free SSL certificates: Every domain will be issued issued with a free SSL certificate by Let's Encrypt. Let's Encrypt is trusted by all major browsers with over 99% browser compatibility. You can also generate your own SSL certs from within cPanel, look for the "Lets Encrypt SSL" icon.

+ CloudLinux®: will soon be enabled for all customers. Not only will this improve security but also prevent one or two rogue users from utilizing all the resources on a server. All sites will be caged. This feature secures your site and prevents snooping from hacks. (See demo)

+ Select PHP Version: You will soon be able to select the PHP version you want to use (down to individual directory level) and the PHP extensions you want deployed from within cPanel. Look for the "Select PHP Version" icon. (PHP versions supported: 4.4, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 7.0, 7.1+).

+ Restore Manager: Selectively restore only the files you want! Restore certain files, emails, cronjobs, SSL certs and more yourself using Restore Manager. It's super easy and the changes are immediate.

+ OPcache/APC + Memcached enabled: Cut PHP page response times in half with OPcache/APC (more on this). Slow MySQL? Increase the speed of your MySQL databases with memcached (did you know Facebook uses Memcached?) Both of these cache engines are now available on all servers.

+ Cutting spam by up to 70%: Our new servers will include Barracuda spam filtering, improved SpamAssassin and added Greylisting for all accounts (1 minute delay). You should be seeing less SPAM. You can choose to disable these settings from within cPanel.

+ Email server reputation: The downsides of shared hosting is email server reputation. When a hacker exploits one account, they will often spam and send bulk junk email causing email blocks from popular ISPs and free email services. As a result, we've will enable MailChannels® on all our servers. This 3rd party system scans outgoing emails, allowing only legitimate email to be delivered.

+ Patchman, Comodo Web Application Firewall, ClamAV anti-virus, KernalCare & CSX: The security of your website is our utmost concern. The rise of exploits and hacks can be a threat to your website & business. We've now enabled several security products to ensure all websites are protected. All emails are now scanned for trojans & viruses by default. Vulnerable WordPress/Joomla installations are updated or quarantined automatically.

+ Arbor® Anti DDoS protection: Getting attacked? We can now mitigate any distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks up to 10Gbps against your website within 10 minutes.

+ CloudFlare® CDN: speeds up millions of websites by moving content physically closer to visitors. This is achieved by mirroring & caching a website across 150+ server locations worldwide. The site visitor is then always served with content from their nearest destination. As a Cloudflare partner we will be offering CloudFlare for free with the added inclusion of Railgun™ Origin Network Optimizer. This exclusive technology is only available to CloudFlare Business customers who pay $200/month. Look for the "Cloudflare" icon to get started.

Thank you for your continued business

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