You've got your hosting account, you've got your blog or website up and running... now what?
Your data is an incredibly valuable commodity. Whether you're talking about your personal e-mail, photo library and documents stored on your laptop's hard drive, a business critical database that stores your customer information or the files and associated databases sitting on your LetsHost web server, making sure that your data is safe and secure is crucial.
Recently, some users have contacted us regarding suspicious emails they have received. These emails appear to be a notification of an account change and ask you to click on a link to update your settings. These messages are NOT genuine. As LetsHost do not provide MS outlook online these emails can be ignored. However, clicking the links contained in these messages may you to a webpage that will install malware or virus software onto your computer.
Recently a new virus has come to light which has exceeded all expectations at the rate at which it is spreading.
Data backup is a standard for most web hosting environments, but what about the important files, and data located on your home and business computers? Desktop data backup is so frequently overlooked that data loss from personal and business computers is becoming more common each day. Desktop data loss does not, however, have to be a problem.
For businesses that require top-flight web hosting without the prices typically associated with a dedicated server, a web hosting service utilising a Virtual Private Server (VPS) is typically an excellent and cost-effective option.
LetsHost today announced their decision to join the R1Soft Hosting Partner Program (R1HPP), following the successful execution of Continuous Data Protection® (CDP) across their Linux and Windows Agents over the last year and a half. LetsHost offers R1Soft CDP as a free add-on service to all of its 13,000 hosting customers.
A profile of LetsHost appeared in the Irish Times on Friday 16th January.
It is impossible to overstate the importance of a reliable hosting provider when you are operating a website – especially a site that is intended to generate revenue for its owner. Whether you are a small webmaster operating a single site or an established company that is managing a large network of commercial websites, your web host is perhaps the most important service provider you will have.
We would like to wish all our customers a very Happy New Year, and to thank you for your continued business.