We provide Digital Platform to suit your business requirements and provide ‘As a Service (aaS)’ Business Model for each of the below solutions.
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Here are frequent questions from our customers.
When you register multiple domain names, you can Keep your competition from registering a similar domain name drawing customers to them instead of you, Promote the different products and services you offer, Drive more traffic to your website, Enjoy more opportunities to market to — and be listed in — search engines, Create distinct advertising strategies reaching different target markets, Provide customers more ways to find you when searching the Internet, Capture common misspellings of your domain name, instead of sending visitors to an error page, Protect your brand and online identity.
“Hacked” is a term you hear thrown around a lot — especially regarding websites — without much definition.
If your website is hacked, it means a few things:
Someone gained access to your account (typically via File Transfer Protocol, a.k.a. FTP). By gaining FTP access, hackers can insert their own code on your site.
After gaining access to your site, they put malicious code in it. What the code does depends on the hacker’s objectives.
Because hacking can be extra insidious, sometimes your site can get hacked without you ever realizing it. Other times, hackers will be incredibly ham-fisted and either bring down your site or replace it with an obscene message.
Among the other unpleasant things hackers do to sites:
– Install viruses on visitor’s computers
– Redirect visitors to other sites.
– Use your website to attack other websites, bringing them down
Now, unfortunately, there’s no LoJack® for a hijacked website, but there are a few things you can do to make sure you don’t fall victim to a hacker:
Use a secure password. This means something better than just tacking a numeral 1 to the end of your first dog’s name.
Have your site scanned regularly. A lot of companies offer tools that will go through your site looking for malicious/suspicious-looking code or activity.
Update your website’s software. If you use something like WordPress®, keeping your software up-to-date is the difference between your site running smoothly and having a site infested with malware
By being aware of the threat of hackers and taking a few precautions, you can stop your site from harming visitors and other sites around the Internet.
Our servers (both VPS and dedicated) come in three flavors, depending on the support and features you need:
Self Managed Servers are for the pros among us who want as much control as possible. These are great if you’re comfortable with shell prompts and are a seasoned administrator.
Managed Servers were created with most customers in mind. They offer the power of a server, as well as the ease of managing your server through a control panel. However, it’s still significantly more complicated than something like a WYSIWYG program like Website Builder.
Fully Managed Servers give Be Digital Limited the responsibility of managing and maintaining your server. You’re still responsible for the sites you want to host on the server, but we take care of pretty much everything else.
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When security vulnerabilities are patched, it’s important to get them on your server as soon as possible. Using automatic patching, your server leverages the patching tools available through its operating system or control panel to update potentially problematic elements quickly.
To install software on your server through the command line or other administrator-level tasks, you’ll probably need root access. Unless you’re familiar with controlling your server via command line, we don’t recommend using it though; it’s much easier to break your server using the power root access gives you than it is to use the same privileges to fix it.
Enable admin/root access (Managed or Fully Managed)
Managing your server can much more straightforward with a control panel, which creates a user interface to complete administrator-level tasks like creating FTP users and adding websites to your server. Without a control panel, you can only manage your server via command line.
You’ve seen those warnings where we say, “We recommend backing up your server before making these changes.” This is that backup. Create one backup and restore your server to it if things don’t work out like you anticipated.
Back up your server
Backups: Disaster Recovery
If your server suffers severe breakage, we often have a backup of your server. These restores are available.
We do not guarantee that we will have a Disaster Recovery backup of your server. We make a best effort to keep these available, but you cannot rely on this backup’s availability.
Pros who use servers often find that rather than dealing with a GUI, it’s quicker and easier for them to just issue commands to the server themselves; SSH is the means by which they can do that.
Connect to your server or shared hosting account with SSH
Installing applications like WordPress or Drupal grows increasingly tedious the more often you do it. With an application manager, you’ll have a vast library of apps from which to choose, as well as the tools for features like automatic updates and relocating the application on your server.
Migrations from Shared Hosting
Upgrading from shared hosting to a server has a lot of benefits, but if you were apprehensive about moving your site, our migration tool makes it really easy. With nothing more than a few clicks, we sweep your old shared hosting account up into your server and set everything up for you.
Right now, this feature is available only for cPanel/Linux accounts, but we will add the features for Plesk soon.
Import cPanel sites
There are two primary elements we monitor:
Each of our server support tiers offers a different monitoring system:
Self Managed/Good only includes network monitoring to make sure you’re not getting DDoSed.
Managed/Better includes network and container monitoring so you’ll know if your server ever went down.
Fully Managed/Best includes network and container monitoring, as well as a team of server professionals that will address any issues your monitoring reports.
To keep as much of your server protected as possible, protecting its most visible elements – its websites – is a must. To make this as efficient, powerful, and simple as possible, we’ve teamed up with SiteLock to provide website security services.
If you find that you need a more powerful server, we offer in-place upgrades that require no work on your end.
How do I upgrade options on my server?
You’re stuck and want a quick answer. One of our server pros can then help you out through our built-in chat feature.
Support: Dedicated Team
Our Fully Managed Servers include the kind of white-glove service you expect, including dedicated teams of server admins you can reach out to if you need anything done on your server.
This service manages the purchasing of all ICT equipment and software.
– Hardware and software purchasing.
– Purchasing of all desktop PCs, Mac’s, printers and network equipment.
– Software license management.
– Lease management.
You will need to contact Be Digital Support team via email on email@example.com or call them on 0800233444 requesting to setup your service account, after which you will be emailed on your secure email account the credentials for your products.
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