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Hosting

Small business, Enterprise to large scale hosting options available depending on your needs. Application hosting for Blog sites, CRM, ERP systems and much much more.
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From R70/per month

Cloud Services

Operate and run a variety of applications in the cloud, to allow access for your sales force to connect to your CRM systems, we offer various other applications and services tailored for your business.
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Virus Protection

Options for server, on premise and randsomeware protection coming soon.

Technical Assistance

We have a dedicated team of individuals to support you with all your requirements.
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Popular Plans

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Starter Plan

1000MB Storage Space

1GB Bandwidth

Unlimited Sub-Domains

10 E-mail

CPanel & FTP

From R70 /per month
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Advanced Plan

1200MB Storage Space

5GB Bandwidth

Unlimited Sub-Domains

100 E-mail

CPanel & FTP

From R120 /per month
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Premium Plan

2GB Storage Space

5GB Bandwidth

Unlimited Sub-Domains

Unlimited E-mail

CPanel & FTP

From R150/per month
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Why Choose Us

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12/6/365 Support

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Everyday Backups

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Customization

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Registration Process

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1. Find A Domain Name

Your domain name is a key part of your online address, and is what your visitors will use to find you easily.

2. Choose A Hosting Plan

Choosing a hosting plan for you website be it personal or company.

3. Requirements

Making sure the type of website and domain you need fits the requirements of the hosting package.

4. Acquire

Acquire your domain and hosting package through a secure payment gateway.

5. Ready To Start

Now all the fun begins in creating your vision.

FAQ's

What Is A Domain Name??

A domain is the name of your website. Before you can run a website, you will need a domain.

It is not something physical that you can touch or see; it is merely a string of characters that give your website an identity (yes, a name, like human and businesses).

Now, here are some quick examples: Google.com is a domain name; so are Alexa.com, Linux.org, eLearningEuropa.info, as well as Yahoo.co.uk.  To have your own domain, you will need to register your domain with a domain registrar.

What Is Web Hosting?

Web hosting is a place where people store their websites.  Think of it as a house where you store all your stuffs; but instead of storing your clothes and furnitures, you store computer files (HTML, documents, images, videos, etc) in a web host.

More often than not, the term “web hosting” refers to the company that rent out their computer/servers to store your website (hence the word, host) and providing Internet connectivity so that other computers can access to the files on your website.

How To Register A Domain Name

Think of a good name you want for your website.

A domain name needs to be unique.

Prepare a few variations – just in case the name is taken by others.

Pay a registration fees, range $10 – $35 depends on the TLD (usually using PayPal or credit card).

Next you will need to point the domain name to your web hosting (by changing its DNS record).

View our Domain page for more information.

What is Top Level Domains (TLD)?

Let’s get back to our previous examples: Alexa.com, Linux.org, WebRevenue.co, eLearningEuropa.info, Yahoo.co.uk, all examples above end with a different ‘extension’ – .com, .org, .net, .biz… and so on.

We call this “extension” as top level domain (shortform:TLD).

Examples of other TLD include .uk, .ws, .co.jp, .com.sg, .tv, .edu, .co, .com.my, and .mobi.

What is hosting bandwidth?

Bandwidth is the measure of maximum data that can be transferred by your hosting account in a given time, usually measured in seconds.

 

The term “bandwidth” should not be mixed up with “data transfer” as they are two very different things. Data transfer refers to the consumption of bandwidth. In layman terms, the amount of data being transferred is ‘data transfer’; while the rate of data being transferred is ‘bandwidth’.