US web hosting provider WebHostFace
has upgraded its shared hosting options to Solid State Disk, or SSD. The company, whose headquarters are in Wilmington, Delaware, USA, offers a range of hosting options including shared, reseller, and managed and unmanaged VPS hosting alongside dedicated server options. The company also offers domain registration alongside SSL certificates. The migration of shared options is a result of its aim to “improve services in terms of speed and security”.
SSD drives have no moving parts and are therefore significantly faster than the “spinning disk” type of servers utilized by more tradition shared hosting options. To enhance security the company now utilizes R1Soft software, a solution that “guarantees fast and flexible data recovery”. Alongside this the company has formed a partnership with McAfee – the world renowned solution which protects servers from a wide range of threats. The company has installed McAfee Secure Lite on its servers, meaning users can access McAfee from their cPanels and “try Secure Lite absolutely free of charge for a limited time”.
"We are always looking to address the major factors that influence client decisions so the new additions were only natural,” explained Valentin Sharlanov, CEO of WebHostFace. “If we can make even the smallest of difference in a positive direction - we will always snatch the opportunity". "There is no goal to be reached when it comes to a reliable host,” added the company’s Head of Marketing Elena Tileva. “You are constantly working to get better and when you do - you take the next step forward. Even though so many exciting things happened in the last couple of months, we never stop looking for ways to do more. Keep an eye on us!"
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