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Labor Day Special: Existing Customers Save Up to 40% with Pre-Pay

Labor Day Special: Existing Customers Save Up to 40% with Pre-Pay

Thank you for being a loyal customer. We’re offering, even more, ways to save this Labor Day weekend.

For 3 days, we’re offering bigger discounts for pre-paying.

3 Months: Pre-pay for 3 months and save 5%.
6 Months: Pre-pay for 6 months and save 10%.
12 Months: Pre-pay for 12 months and save 20%.
24 Months: Pre-pay for 24 months and save 30%.
36 Months: Pre-pay for 36 months and save 40%.

To take advantage of this offer, simply reply to this e-mail. Or submit a ticket to our billing department billing@corellohosting.com and provide us your primary server ID, IP Address or Hostname and which pre-paying term you would like to be applied to your account. An invoice will be generated for your account and will now be due until 3 days prior to your next billing cycle. If you choose to pay now you can and we will prorate your most recent or currently due invoice

Terms: Applicable for servers purchased prior to September 1st, 2017 and priced higher than $60/mo. Valid for servers with a monthly payment cycle. Expires September 4th, 2017.

Also, current customers, you can save even more by referring your friends, associates, business partners, and even your customers to CorelloHosting and receive special discounts.

HOW IT WORKS: For each new customer that you refer to CorelloHosting, you will get 1-month of FREE Service for 1 related server on your account. Customers that choose to purchase or have more than 1 server on their account will receive volume based discounts that are better than any of our competition.

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Why the Location of Your Dedicated Server’s Data Network Matters

Why the Location of Your Dedicated Server’s Data Network Matters

When you’re shopping around for hosting—whether it’s a website, blog, eCommerce store, or even for gaming—there’s no denying the fact that speed matters. However, what many people fail to realize as they shop for a dedicated server is that the specific location of the hosting company’s data centers can have a direct impact on their server speed. At CorelloHosting, we have eleven prime data center locations in

  •  Philadelphia, PA
  •  New York, NY
  •  Miami, FL
  •  Los Angeles, CA
  •  Chicago, IL
  •  Phoenix, AZ
  •  Atlanta, GA
  •  Washington, DC
  •  Singapore, Asia
  •  Tokyo, Japan
  •  London, United Kingdom

this allows us to provide low latency to several locations worldwide and a better overall experience, no matter what you’re using our hosting for.

Understanding Location and Latency

So how does location affect latency, and what, exactly, does latency have to do with speed? For starters, latency essentially refers to the amount of lag time that takes place between when you initiate a request for data transfer and when the transfer actually occurs. For example, this is the amount of time that it takes between when you click on a link on your website and when the linked page actually loads. In the time in between, the request is being transferred to the data center at which your dedicated server is hosted.

The farther away your data center is from where your users are located, the higher the latency you’re likely to have. Lower latency will result in faster processing times, which can mean a number of things depending on how you’re using your hosting. For example, if you’re using your dedicated hosting for gaming, low latency will mean less lagging, faster overall game play, and better performance. For website owners, lower latency means users will have an easier time navigating your site. They won’t be frustrated with slow page loading times, which will make them more likely to revisit your site in the future or less likely to leave during their initial visit.

As you can see, low latency is important and the best way to ensure low latency (aside from choosing a great hosting company) is to make sure your data centers are centrally located.

CorelloHosting’s Prime Data Center Locations

At CorelloHosting, we have three excellent data center locations in

  •  Philadelphia, PA
  •  New York, NY
  •  Miami, FL
  •  Los Angeles, CA
  •  Chicago, IL
  •  Phoenix, AZ
  •  Atlanta, GA
  •  Washington, DC
  •  Singapore, Asia
  •  Tokyo, Japan
  •  London, United Kingdom

These are prime locations for both local (North America) and global users (South America, Asia, and Pacific). Not to mention, our data centers have a number of other features that can help to increase speeds and benefit you and your users. This includes 100% uptime service level agreements for cooling and power, enhanced security at each data center location (including round-the-clock security), and climate control redundancies. We are also proud to include the best technical support 24 hours a day, seven days a week to our customers with hosting in either location.

If there was ever any question as to the importance of location when it comes to your hosting data center, hopefully, that has been cleared up here. To find out more about our data center locations or for help in selecting the dedicated server that is right for you, contact CorelloHosting today.

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3 Ways a Dedicated Server Can Benefit Your Business Blog

3 Ways a Dedicated Server Can Benefit Your Business Blog

Launching and maintaining a blog can be a great way to boost business, as well as improve your business website’s SEO rankings. Still, it’s important that your business blog has its own dedicated hosting, just like your website does. While it may be tempting to use free hosting services for your blog, you’ll be better served by having your own dedicated hosting. Fortunately, CorelloHosting offers a variety of dedicated server options to suit your needs. And of course, if you already have hosting through us for your website, you can add your blog to your existing hosting services or upgrade your bandwidth/storage needs to accommodate your blog as needed.

Still not convinced that your business blog needs its own hosting? Consider a few of the many ways in which dedicated hosting can benefit your business blog.

Added Peace of Mind With Security

You might not think a business blog would be prone to cyber attacks, you then you might be surprised. All it takes, for example, is a targeted DDoS attack to bring your blog’s server down indefinitely, which can certainly impact your SEO efforts. By having your blog on a dedicated server with its own additional layers of security, you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with a reduced risk of falling victim to phishing, DDoS, and other attacks. In fact, at CorelloHosting, we even include free DDOS attack protection with all of our dedicated hosting packages.

A Better Experience for Your Users

When you use a free blog host, you don’t really have much in the way of uptime guarantees. Your free hosting server could go down at any time, and there’s unfortunately not much that you can do about it aside from wait for the servers to come back up and maybe open a help desk ticket. When you have your own dedicated server, such as one through CorelloHosting, you’ll have a 100% SLA for their data center’s power and cooling. This means you have much greater reliability, which results in a better overall browsing experience for your blog visitors. In turn, this means they may be more likely to return to your business blog than they may have been if they experienced downtime or even slow page loads.

Customization Options to Suit Your Needs

Finally, when you have your business blog on its own dedicated server, you can enjoy the customization options that come along with it. Rather than being tethered to your free blog host’s inclusions and at the mercy of their choices, you can decide exactly how much bandwidth you need, which other users can access your blog, and control just about any other aspect of your hosting for a more enjoyable blogging experience.

With these benefits in mind, hopefully, you’ll be inspired to begin shopping for your blog’s dedicated server. For help in choosing the right option for your business, don’t hesitate to contact our team of experts at CorelloHosting.

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Unlimited Web Hosting

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Dedicated Server SALE

CorelloHositng is offering an amazing deal. For a limited time get an Intel E3-1230 Server for only $50/ per month

 

 

 

 

 

Dedicated Server Specifications:

  • Intel E3-1230 (or better)

 

    • 16GB ECC DDR3 Memory

 

    • 240GB SSD

 

    • 1Gbps Public Network Port (Dedicated)

 

    • 10TB Premium Bandwidth

 

    • 1 Public IPv4 Address

 

  • Remote Access Card (IPMI)

 

Payment Terms: $600 (Annual Billing Only)

Visit our website now and Chat Live with one of our Sales Specialist 

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5 Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Dedicated Server

5 Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Dedicated Server

So, you’ve decided that it’s time to upgrade from your web-hosting package to a dedicated server as a means of making your life easier and your hosting more reliable. Still, before you select a hosting package, there are some important questions you’ll want to ask. Your answers to these questions will help guide you toward making the right decision when it comes to your hosting purchase.

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5 Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Dedicated Server

5 Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Dedicated Server

So, you’ve decided that it’s time to upgrade from your web-hosting package to a dedicated server as a means of making your life easier and your hosting more reliable. Still, before you select a hosting package, there are some important questions you’ll want to ask. Your answers to these questions will help guide you toward making the right decision when it comes to your hosting purchase.

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What Do I Need a Dedicated Server For?

Start by answering the most basic question: What will you be using your server for? Typically, most people will need dedicated hosting for one of two reasons. They either need a reliable server host for a business website, or they’re into online gaming and have decided to purchase a dedicated hosting package for their gaming needs.

How Much Bandwidth Do I Need?

Because hosting packages can vary in terms of their bandwidth, you’ll also want to consider how much you need. If you’re hardcore into gaming, then there’s a good chance you’ll need more bandwidth than somebody who is hosting a small personal site. Most of our packages come with 10TB of bandwidth, but if you anticipate that may not be enough, we recommend one of our storage servers, which includes unmetered bandwidth for your added peace of mind.

What Type of Processor and Memory Do I Need?

Another important question to answer is that of how much memory and what kind of processor speeds you’ll need. These factors can impact the speed, which means faster page loading times for your business website and lower latency for your online gaming. Our basic hosting packages start at 8GB of DDR3 memory and a 4 x 1.8 GHz processor. If you’re not sure what you need, we can help.

Do I Need a Managed or Unmanaged Server?

Most people making the switch to a dedicated server will be fine starting out with an unmanaged server. However, if your business takes off or you simply don’t have the time to manage your own, you may eventually want to consider switching to a managed server. This allows you to sit back and relax while trained professionals monitor and manage your server remotely.

How Might My Hosting Needs Change in the Future?

Finally, don’t forget to consider how your hosting needs may change in the future. Of course, this can be difficult to anticipate now, but it’s important to find a hosting company that will work with you in terms of upgrading or downgrading your hosting package as needed. The last thing you want is to be stuck with a hosting package that isn’t working for you.

Now that you have a better idea of what to consider before choosing a dedicated server option, you’ll be able to reach the right decision. If you need any help along the way, be sure to contact the CorelloHosting team for assistance in choosing the hosting option that suits your needs.

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Dedicated Server Security: 4 Steps for Protecting Your Data

Dedicated Server Security: 4 Steps for Protecting Your Data

Whether you already have a dedicated server or are thinking about utilizing one for your business or personal needs, security should be your top priority. Dedicated server providers make it easier than ever for you to keep your data and information safe by including features such as DDoS protectionand other options. Still, you can take some additional steps to increase security for your dedicated…

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Dedicated Server Security: 4 Steps for Protecting Your Data

Dedicated Server Security: 4 Steps for Protecting Your Data

Whether you already have a dedicated server or are thinking about utilizing one for your business or personal needs, security should be your top priority. Dedicated server providers make it easier than ever for you to keep your data and information safe by including features such as DDoS protection and other options. Still, you can take some additional steps to increase security for your dedicated server and protect your data.

Maintain Your Databases

Taking the time to make sure your databases are well maintained and updated as needed is important, regardless of what anybody may tell you. Specifically, you should make sure that your databases are protected against SQL injection. You may also want to delete any unneeded data and cut back on the access that others have to said database. This is especially important if you collect any sensitive information from customers on your site (such as payment information). This is also where certain database administration tools could be helpful.

Update Software Regularly

One of the biggest mistakes you can make when it comes to dedicated server security is in failing to keep your software updated. When you use outdated software, it likely doesn’t have the security updates, patches and other protections that you need to keep your information safe. When you receive an alert that a new version of software is available on your dedicated server, it’s in your best interest to go ahead and install it right away. If you put it off, there’s a chance that you’ll forget about it altogether, thus putting your security at risk. Using CorelloHosting’s security vulnerabilities scanner is one way to stay updated on any outstanding updates.

Keep Backups of Data

Nobody ever anticipates a security breach or attack causing them to lose important data, but it happens every single day to large and small businesses alike. Don’t take any chances in this regard — make sure that you set up regular data backups for your dedicated server. This way, important data can be saved as a copy in another location, and, in the event of an attack or security compromise, you will at least be able to retrieve that data rather than losing it altogether.

Establish a Chain of Command

Finally, now is also a good time to establish a chain of command within your business and have protocols in place when it comes to handling a data breach or other type of security risk. Specifically, you should know whom to contact, how to reset passwords, and what other steps need to be followed. You may also want to have somebody to prepare a statement for customers if any of their data is compromised.

By following these steps, you can keep your dedicated server as secure as possible. Of course, if you don’t have the time for this in your busy schedule, consider upgrading to a CorelloHosting managed hosting option so you have a team of professionals to handle these aspects for you. Contact our team today to get started.

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