Managed data center services and web hosting solutions provider Unisecure
has upgraded its small business hosting plans. Unisecure has headquarters in New York, United States and offers shared, dedicated, cloud and Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting. The company also offers collocation services. Established in 1996, it has five carrier-neutral facilities, including locations in Philadelphia and Conshohocken.
Unisecure’s services are underpinned by guaranteed 99.995% server uptime and it caters to around 50,000 customers around the world (including the likes of Canon, DHL, HP, Microsoft, Pepsi, and McDonalds). The upgrades are “powerful yet easy to manage” and designed to facilitate the high traffic demands of ecommerce websites.
Unisecure's upgraded hosting plans underscore its commitment to providing products and services for small businesses “who are looking for an advanced solution but don't have in-depth technical expertise”. The new features include free SSL to ensure an encrypted connection between the web servers and browsers. The plans also offer migration assistance and through CloudLinux OS, enhanced speed and reliability. They are also underpinned by “24x7x365 Rapid Action Support” and the fast installation of Open Source solutions like WordPress and Joomla through ‘Softaculous’.
“We have noticed that small business wants to take the leverage of online world, but they are limited with respect to the budget,” explained Unisecure’s Head of Business Development, Olivia. “To target this need we upgraded our web hosting plans to support small businesses. With this, they can experience great speed, performance, and uptime but just paying less. This is our step to help them grow.” Do you know of any other companies upgrading plans? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.