Web Host InterServer Launches Managed WordPress Options

January 24, 2016
Web Host InterServer Launches Managed WordPress Options
Web host InterServer has launched new managed WordPress options with the intention of simplifying setting up websites. InterServer, whose head office is in Secaucus, New Jersey, United States, offers a wide range of hosting options including Standard, Windows and Managed hosting that starts at only $5 per month. The company’s managed WordPress options start at only $8 a month.

WordPress is a highly popular Open Source (OS) Content Management System (CMS) that is available as a free download. The solution is supported by an extensive global community that produces free and ‘at cost’ templates and modules that enhance the look, feel and functionality of websites built using WordPress. InterServer’s WordPress packages offer daily backups and daily GIT revisions to ensure website history and statistics are tracked. It also offers Atomic Mod Security for hacker protection and WordPress Clean-up which can restore site files in times of emergency. The packages also offer automatic WordPress updates.

"We are pleased to be able to offer the best possible service to our clients when it comes to managed servers, which allow people to rest easy knowing all the regular maintenance has been taken care of,” explained an InterServer spokesperson in a press release. “The wonderful thing about this managed hosting is that it will enable people to create amazing sites using WordPress, focusing their energy on the creative and expressive front end of their site, without having to get bogged down in the obscure and often intimidating world of servers, security and backups. We offer a wide range of web hosting solutions and services so end users can pick the most appropriate package."

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