--- More About Server Management & Maintanence, Hosting (Shared / Dedicated / VPS) ---

In Shared Hosting, all accounts must share the available resources with all the other accounts on the server. These include CPU time, memory, and disk space. Our System Administrators monitor all of our shared servers 24/7. On a Virtual Private Server, not all resources are shared. The overall CPU time and memory are shared across all accounts on the machine, but at the same time, portions of those resources are always dedicated to each account. This allows for more power and flexibility than being on a shared account. Dedicated Hosting includes our Essential, Advanced, and Elite Dedicated Server Hosting Plans. Dedicated Hosting can be compared to owning a house. You have access to all the resources available on the machine and no one else’s account resides on the machine. Server management can be defined as the tasks and services that are done on a server in order to manage it. This usually entails: Monitoring of the server and apps running on the server. Checking their status, up time, and monitoring for any new or recurring issues. Server Maintenance is the process of keeping the server updated and running to ensure that the organization’s computer network is operating smoothly. The network administrator usually does this, and it is crucial to the performance of the business.


Shared hosting is easily the cheapest and most economical option for your needs. However, the cheap price comes with limitations. Since most hosting companies will offer the same amount of space and storage it’s important to choose a company you can trust. Shared hosting allows multiple websites to utilize a single server. Usually, you’ll have no idea who or what websites you’re sharing the resources of a server with. Each customer will usually have a limit on the total amount of server resources they can use, but this will be defined by your hosting package. Put simply, shared hosting can be a great option for website owners with a small budget, or those just getting started online. You can always upgrade to another hosting package with time, as your budget allows, so you’re not stuck with this level of hosting forever. Alphabets provide their Client with the most cheapest and economical Shared Hosting.


A Virtual Private Server (VPS) is a virtual machine sold as a service by an Internet hosting service. A VPS runs its own copy of an operating system (OS), and customers may have superuser-level access to that operating system instance, so they can install almost any software that runs on that OS. The concept of a virtual private server can be better explained as a virtual machine that caters to the individual needs of a user just as a separate physical computer that is dedicated to a particular user. The virtual dedicated server provides the same functionality and privacy as that of a normal physical computer. A number of virtual private servers can be installed on a single physical server with each one running its own operating system. A virtual private server can consist of Web server software, a File Transfer Protocol program, a mail server program and different types of application software for blogging e-commerce. Virtual private servers connect shared Web hosting services and dedicated hosting services by filling the gap between them. Because virtual dedicated servers can have their own copy of the operating system, VPS provides the user with super-user privileges in the operating system. VPS enables the user to install any kind of software that is capable of running on that operating system. Here at Alphabets Client’s are satisfied with the Virtual Private Server service we provide.


Dedicated hosting is an Internet hosting option in which an organization leases an entire server, which is often housed in a data center. The host not only provides the server equipment, but may also provide administration and other services. This is considered a more flexible arrangement for the client because unlike in shared server arrangements, it gives the organization total control over the server, its software and security systems. In some cases, a dedicated server can be less expensive. Dedicated hosting is also known as a dedicated server or managed hosting service. In the case of dedicated hosting, server administration is often provided by the hosting organization as an add-on service. The dedicated hosting providers will have a service level agreement with the client that outlines all the service guarantees as needed. Server hardware is usually owned by the provider and in certain cases, it also provides support to operating systems, software applications and security systems. Alphabets provide complete dedicated hosting to their Client’s satisfaction.


At its base, server management entails system administration duties. They include initial server setup tasks, service monitoring, regular server maintenance and optimisation, and security. Whilst a larger corporation can staff an IT department, pay salaries and manage employees who complete these tasks, it is usually not a viable option for a smaller business. Using a server management company instead is a great way to alleviate the headaches that come with the growth of your business. Your systems will be monitored for health and serviced on a regular basis without having to find and pay for full time employment of an onsite systems administrator. By finding a trusted server management provider you get to focus on what you do best, running and growing your business. You don’t have to worry about staying current with the latest trends in technology, you don’t need to keep up on the latest security issues, you get the luxury of time.

  • Monitoring – Your hardware gets monitored so that small issues are caught and corrected before they become big problems. We implement scheduled preventative maintenance to more effectively conduct advanced performance monitoring, key application maintenance and OS & 3rd party patch management.
  • Optimisation – Your equipment gets the attention it needs to perform at its best.  Management technicians examine your servers and find ways to increase performance to keep your customers delighted with your service whether you’re at one location or have several different branches.
  • Security – Server management teams are responsible for keeping your systems secure.  They keep the bad guys out by implementing managed anti-virus software and monitoring.  You should be able to trust a good server management team so that your customers can trust you. Advanced Technology also supply a managed backup of your servers at regular intervals so none of your important data is lost in case of an emergency.
  • Cost – One of the greatest benefits of contracting Advanced Technology for your server management duties is cost.  You no longer have to worry about maintaining a large staff.  A good server management provider will charge a fair price, and for that you’ll get a number of techs available to handle your needs any time, day or night.

We have proper technical team to handle Server Management.


Server Maintenance is the process of keeping the server updated and running to ensure that the organization’s computer network is operating smoothly. The network administrator usually does this, and it is crucial to the performance of the business. Without a proper IT service plan, the application software will never run as expected. In severe cases, the network can even experience partial or total failure leading to severe losses to your business. Any techie knows that servers are essential when it comes to, well, pretty much anything computer related. Thanks to the hard work of your server, your computer runs smoothly and efficiently.
Which is why, server maintenance is such a big deal. Just like you go to the doctor for regular check-ups to make sure everything is healthy and whole, servers also need to be regularly monitored to ensure that all parts are working optimally. While we usually only go to the doctor once or twice a year, servers need constant attention. Servers run 24/7, carrying out strenuous jobs. They need to be continually checked, fixed, and updated. Alphabets have enough expertise to handle Server Maintenance with precision and in time.