Webspace And EmailWeb hosting is the web space where your website lives & the server space used to store your email. This is needed for all websites. All my hosting packages are fully managed by me (this I termed 'managed hosting', our servers are based in the UK. Support is personal, one to one, you speak to me who will advise you every step of the way.
We can tailor a hosting package to your exact requirements and scale it as your business changes. Large or small we will provide exactly what you need. We will endeavour to keep you on the most cost-effective hosting package for your needs.
|WEBSPACE||5 GB||2 GB||500 MB||0 MB||1 MB|
|MAILBOX SIZE||1 GB / account||1 GB / account||1 GB / account||1 GB / account|
|Ideal for||Large company website||Small company website||Individual's website||Pre website contact||Basic web presence|
|Cost per year||£240||£120||£60||£12||£30|
Each mailbox has a storage limit of 1GB.
For POP email, this is used by your received email.
For IMAP email, this is used by your inbox / folders / sent items / trash, so it's a good idea to delete what you don't need, this will save space.
Additional mailboxes and databases can be added to any hosting package.
Additional Mailbox: £12 per year.
Additional Database: £12 per year.
Additional mailbox space can be added to any hosting package.
Additional space: £12 per mailbox per extra GB.
Why Choose UK Hosting?
UK hosting can be more expensive that US hosting, however, you probably want your website to be a source of new business and may have marketing and SEO strategies in place. UK hosting will not only make your website load faster to UK customers but also increase your search engine rankings within the UK search engines. This is because most search engines, such as Google, adapt their search results to reflect the country that the searcher is in.
Sites, database and emails are backed up every 24 hours, however clients should make provision for their own backup. The backup is kept on a rolling 30 day system.
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Glossary of terms:
Webspace - The size of space available for your website files to be stored.
Email Users - The number of users that can have their own email account, that can send &anp; receive.
Bandwidth - The amount of data allowed to be transferred from your website to the world.
POP3 - Email clients use the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3), to retrieve email from a remote server over the internet. Mail is stored on the user's computer.
SMTP - Simple Mail Transfer Protocol sends your emails.
IMAP - Internet Message Access Protocol, Email clients use the IMAP connection to synchronise all email devices. Mail is stored on the server, which must be considered.
Webmail - Webmail is a type of website / web page that allows users to read and write email on the Web, as an alternative to using an email client such as Microsoft Outlook.
Email Aliases - Alternate email addresses that forward to an existing address.
FTP - File Transfer Protocol is a commonly used for exchanging files over the Internet.
Statistics - The measurement of the behaviour of visitors to a website.
Linux - Open source server operating system.
Apache - The most popular HTTP server on the World Wide Web.
Mysql - A multithreaded, multi-user, SQL Database Management System.
PHP A programming language for producing dynamic web pages.