Thursday, 25 July 2013
My fears were unfounded, however, because of the remarkable assistance and aid of WiredTree's staff.
For well over a year, I was hosted at A2 Hosting. Poor downtime and substandard customer support were what we were forced to deal with for the duration of our time with them. In spite of our dissatisfaction, we continued with them for two major reasons: they were affordable and we were nervous! The supposedly unlimited (we will elaborate later) and very affordable packages that A2 Hosting provided were what enticed us to them. We were paying less than $10 a month.
Even though I consider myself quite comfortable with anything relating to computers, moving from one server to a different one made me nervous. Contributing to my uneasiness was that we also had to transition from shared hosting to a virtual private server. Since I know nothing about server operations, it gave the impression of a chancy and time-consuming undertaking. What with running a full-time law firm, I could not afford to dedicate much additional time handling hosting operations.
Someone recommended me to WiredTree and that's what we decided upon.
This analysis is of course one-sided in the sense that it's based on my own experience with the company. There may be customers who may beg to differ.
There is little question on why they are becoming one of the fastest growing enterprises in the United States. I would endorse WiredTree to those who require a VPS or a dedicated server. I've been with them for two years now and have had no trouble with them.
It is quite way more pricey-about $50 a month-but it is not hard to see why. I was at once delighted with the security measures and assistance. Within merely a few minutes, I acquired a result for for my support tickets at WiredTree, whereas A2 Hosting had taken hours to do so. They even determined my order by giving me a telephone call. (True, live individuals answering phones!)