Aside from having more resources, a good reason why you can get your own hosting server and use it instead of a shared Internet hosting plan is the fact that you are able to install and run a wide variety of software. With a shared account, you could use applications, that don't require root access and aren't set up server-side, so when you need specific software for your web sites, you can't install it on a shared server. This isn't so with a hosting server of your own where you'll be able to install anything you would like. The downside is that you may not have much experience and managing your own hosting server is more complicated that managing a shared hosting account where the service provider manages most things. That's why we offer another service for our hosting server packages called Installation & Troubleshooting and you may make use of it any time you come across any issues with the supervision of your machine.

Installation and Troubleshooting in Dedicated Servers

If you require our upgrade for any reason, you could add it to your dedicated server with a couple of mouse clicks through your billing Control Panel or if you will require some custom work on the machine immediately after it is put in place, you can obtain the upgrade during the signup procedure and inform us what do you require to be carried out, so everything shall be ready once your hosting server is up and running. 60 minutes of custom work are included to your account each and every time you order the upgrade, so you can take advantage of this service as frequently as you require. If some task requires less time to be finished, you will not lose the remaining minutes and they will be available for future tasks. Our upgrade will let you focus on developing and promoting your websites without wasting time on maintaining the dedicated server or the software installed on it. You could take full advantage of it if you also use our Managed Services upgrade, but the 30 minutes it comes with aren't enough to complete all of tasks that you require.