Whether it is a control panel based server or a plain server without control panel, our expert techs are adept at handling any facet of Windows server. Always in tune with emerging trends, our techs have also mastered the Windiws VPS management understanding its relevance in the current industry scenario.
We provide expertise support for the control panels below :
Helm supports a wide range of Windows Server applications and server extensions, which can be directly managed through the Helm interface. Integration of supported 3rd applications into Helm. Till now Helm stands as a dedicated control panel for Windows. Visit Helm's site to know more.
Hosting Controller Support
Hosting Controller is an ideal application for running a web hosting server on windows platform. Now it has released HC7 yet then you will find it as one of the most user-friendly and easy-to-use application providing most advanced features and highly demanded services. Visit Hosting Controller's site to know more.
Plesk Control panel for Windows
Plesk control panel is also available for Windows OS. It is a comprehensive control panel solution used by leading hosting providers worldwide for shared, virtual and dedicated hosting. Plesk for Windows supports Windows Server 2003 operating system. Visit Plesk's Website to know more about its features.
CWI Panel Support
CWIPanel is a Windows Web Hosting Control Panel that allows three levels of control, Server Admin, Reseller admin, and Customer Admin. CWIPanel has a wide array of features that are seamlessly built in for the website user. Visit CWI Panel to know more
No control panel Server Support
We are ought to say that a shell of linux or remote desktop for windows are enough to manage any server. Our Experienced techs are familiar in working with control panel less servers.
VPS (Virtual Private Server) Management
We have a proven track record in outsourced support for Windows Virtual private server (VPS) or Virtual Dedicated Server (VDS), a new type of web hosting based on the concept of partitions on mainframes and advanced resource scheduling to divide a computer into many virtually isolated servers.