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Accounts / Sales Administrator (Galway)

Published on March 28, 2014

Accounts / Sales administrator LetsHost, one of Ireland’s largest domain registration, web hosting and dedicated server providers is currently accepting CVs for an Accounts / Sales administrator based from our Galway office. This is a maternity cover position.  The Role:  You will work with our accounts team to: – Process inbound accounts calls and emails– [...] Read More

Updated VPS Management System

Published on September 11, 2013

At LetsHost, we believe in making our customers lives as easy as possible. For that reason, we have invested heavily in our customer portal to make everything as accessible as possible, while maintaining ease of use. Read More

New LetsHost Website Preview

Published on June 18, 2013

LetsHost are proud to announce the roll out of a completely revamped website with all new features including more product attributes, added security functions, new interface and more! Read More

Want to make some money? Affiliate Program is live!

Published on August 31, 2011

Recently, we've had a lot of interest in an affiliate program, where a customer refers a colleague or a friend and earns a percentage of the purchase they make. Because word of mouth and loyal customers play a large part in our business, we're only too happy to reward referrals with cold hard cash! We're happy to say - our affiliate program is now open for business! Read More

IPv6: An Introduction

Published on June 24, 2011

TCP/IP is a suite of networking protocols by which traffic on the internet is both routed and ensured to arrive in an ordered fashion at the destination. Read More

The Importance of Backing Up

Published on June 9, 2011

Like many companies these days if you rely on your Desktop/laptop to do your day to day business it is essential that you have some sort of backup strategy in place. In the event of theft, fire, user error or flooding your business could be wiped out over night. Word Document, spreadsheets, emails contact information, client databases can all be lost. How would you recover in such an event? Read More