CANDA can provide you with a comprehensive range of web hosting solutions, these include:
Shared Hosting: Shared hosting is web hosting in which serves pages for multiple website, each having its own Internet domain name, from a single web server. Although shared hosting is a less expensive way for businesses to create a web presence, it is usually not sufficient for websites with high traffic. These sites need a dedicated web server. Dedicated Hosting: Dedicated server hosting can give you more control over your website. It can also help to ensure that other customers' websites don't impact on your website. Using dedicated servers is more expensive than shared hosting, but if your site receives lots of traffic or you have other requirements (such as extra security requirements). Domain name registration: Domain registration is the process of registering a domain name, the name you wish to call your website. Email accounts: As part of you hosting we can supply you with a range of email account set ups including Exchange, 365 or even POP3. Secure certificates: SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is the standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between a web server and a browser. This link ensures that all data passed between the web server and browsers remain private and integral. SSL is an industry standard and is used by millions of websites in the protection of their online transactions with their customers. Managed servers: The o¬ne big advantage of managed servers is that they relieve the clients of having to maintain the servers themselves. A managed server affords the client the maximum amount of resources for the best allocation of their time and energy. Bespoke hosting solutions: We will work hand in hand with you to provide you with a bespoke hosting solution that meets all your requirements. Cloud Hosting: Traditionally there are two main options for hosting: shared hosting and dedicated hosting. With cloud hosting clients get the best of both worlds. Resource can be scaled up or scaled down accordingly, making it more flexible and, therefore, more cost-effective. When there is more demand placed on the servers, capacity can be automatically increased to match that demand without this needing to be paid for on a permanent basis. You access what you need, when you need it. Down time is all but eliminated If one server fails, others will take its place.