Frequently Asked Questions

What is Shared Web hosting?

Shared hosting is Web hosting in which the service provider serves pages for multiple Web sites, each having its own Internet domain name, from a single Web server. ... Although shared hosting is a less expensive way for businesses to create a Web presence, it is usually not sufficient for Web sites with high traffic.

Can I host multiple Web sites within one Shared Hosting plan?

Some Hosting plans allow multiple site in one web host. Most of the shared hosting plan doesn't allow multiple sites in one host. These web host allow multiple sites. You can use these top class web hosting services to use multiple domain in one web host.

Is there a Money Back Guarantee?

Redback offers customers a no-questions asked money back guarantee on the hosting service that we provide. If you decide to cancel within the money back guarantee period of 30 days, we will provide you with a full refund less any setup fees, and domain registration or transfer costs.

How do I install an SSL certificate on my Website?

To install SSL on your cloud server, you need to get in touch with our support team and we will get it installed for you.

Can I upgrade to a higher plan?

Yes, you can upgrade your web hosting plan. If you have a shared hosting plan you can upgrade it VPS or Cloud according to the website requirements. Hence the best way to upgrade your current web hosting plan is by upgrading it to a higher level keeping in mind the future expansion of the website.

Is my data safe? Do you take backups?

Yes, Surely your data is 100% safe. We Provide a Domain with Security contains of Anti Malware Protection, Anti Hacking protection also We Provide Daily Backup on your data.

Do you include protection from viruses?

Yes, Every Hosting we provide annti-virus protection with the package.

What is the limit for additional CPU and RAM?

Maximum 2 CPU on Additonal and 2018MB RAM is the maximum limitation in additional CPU and RAM.

Is Email hosting included in my package?

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What is the limit for additional CPU and RAM?

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What is the difference between Cloud Hosting and Shared Hosting?

When a website is hosted on shared hosting, the website is placed on the same server as many other sites, ranging from a few to hundreds. Typically in this setup, all domains share resources, such as RAM and CPU from the same server. Cloud hosting, on the other hand, offers nearly unlimited ability to handle high traffic spikes. On Cloud, your website is hosted not only on one but on several servers connected to work as one. Your websites don’t depend on only one Server– even if one server is inaccessible, the Data is retrieved and processed by the other available servers with no downtime.

How Reliable is your Cloud Hosting?

Our cloud hosting offers high reliability. Cloud Sites automatically distributes three mirrored copies of your data across multiple devices to ensure safety and protection. The website is hosted on a virtual partition which draws its resources, such as disk space, from an extensive network of underlying physical servers.