Host Department LLC. introduces Virtual Private Server(VPS) Hosting Plan in both Linux and Windows platforms. The Virtual Private Server (VPS) is designed to be economical, by allowing multiple customers to share the resources of one computer, yet with an extremely high degree of privacy and insulation. The separation is achieved by running a complete separate operating system for each customer.

VPS plan

VPS plan

Find the features of Linux and Windows VPS Hosting Plans below:

Linux VPS Hosting Plan:

VPS customers have “root” level access and can enjoy many of the benefits of a dedicated server, at a much lower cost. VPS is like living in a town house, without the long term house payment!

Host Department is pleased to offer Linux VPS hosting starting with our entry level $13.95 per month plan all the way up through our Enterprise level plans! We use state of the art hosting management software, called Virtuozzo, to implement our VPS environments.

Free Plesk Panel for first month for Linux VPS Hosting Customers.

Windows VPS Hosting Plan:

Windows VPS is ideal for companies and individuals that run high-traffic websites, complex applications or require customized environments that can’t be provided in shared hosting, and yet do not wish to have the overhead cost of dedicated server along with better control over the security. With full of administrative access you can able to manage your own server and fulfill the requirements which a shared hosting can’t offer.

Host Department is pleased to offer Windows VPS hosting for all plans, starting with our entry level $29.95 per month plan all the way up through our Enterprise level plans! We use state of the art hosting management software, called Virtuozzo, to implement our VPS environments.

The expert staff at Host Department always make sure that your virtual server is up and running 99.999% of the time. This is simply because we understand this pretty well that even a minute of downtime can lead to a big business loss for you.

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