Cloud-based Shared Hosting To Keep Your Website Running Safely & Securely

Bronze

€7.31
  • FREE SSL Certs For All Domains
  • FREE .IE or .COM Domain Name (Annual Plan)
  • 10GB's Of Fast Disk Storage
  • 100GB's Of Data Transfer
  • 50 Email Accounts
  • Host Up To 5 Domain Names
  • One Click Script Installs
  • Daily Offsite Backups

WordPress

€7.31
  • 10 Email Accounts
  • 10GB monthly bandwidth
  • 5GB of fast SSD storage
  • FREE SSL/Secure Certificate
  • One Click Wordpress Installs
  • Superfast Wordpress Hosting
  • Daily Offsite Backups

All Plans Include

cPanel Control Panel

cPanel is an online Control Panel that allows you to manage your website from any computer.

Daily Automatic Website Backups

Secure your website with automated daily backups stored offsite with built-in redundancy.

Free SSL Certs

All our hosting plans include FREE domain validated SSL security certs to encrypt your data.

Malware Monitoring

Rest easy knowing our security firewall is diligently checking your site for changes every day.

Email Included

Each hosting plan includes email accounts with incoming/outgoing virus and spam protection.

Cloud-Based Servers

We use cloud-based servers to deliver your content using the latest technologies.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Shared Hosting?​

Websites are made up of a mixture of pages and images that are stored or “hosted” on a special computer (called a server) that’s connected to the internet 24/7. Some websites require an entire server to themselves, while others can share a server with 100s of other websites – this is called ‘Shared Hosting’. The storage space, and the features included, make up your hosting plan.

What are the benefits of Shared Hosting?

Affordability would be the main benefit.
Disk space, bandwidth and other resources are efficiently shared by many websites. Maintenance and repair costs are also shared and this gives small businesses the opportunity to create a web-presence on a limited budget.

What are the disadvantages of Shared Hosting?

The main drawback of Shared Hosting is the lack of control over some of the features & software available to the website owner. While a lot of features can be enabled upon request, sometimes it’s not possible to update or install a particular piece of software as it may cause issues for other users on the server.

Security threats can also be an issue in Shared Hosting as any malicious activity that the server suffers affects all the websites using the server.

What is the difference between Shared Hosting and WordPress hosting?

WordPress hosting is optimised for the WordPress platform and includes a special cache to speed up delivery of your WordPress pages.