Host1Plus Launches 1-Click Application Auto-Installer
The international hosting provider Host1Plus launches 1-Click Application Auto-Installer to ease the installation process for VPS hosting users
Earlier this week Host1Plus announced the release of 1-Click Application Auto-Installer for VPS hosting users. The installer is expected to simplify the installation process and reduce the possibility of human error.
1-Click Application Auto-Installer is already available at the checkout page. At the moment it provides a modest selection of applications – ISPConfig, WordPress, cPanel and OpenVPN. However, the set of applications will be constantly updated and will include numerous applications for customers’ convenience. All clients are encouraged to send their comments and requests directly to email@example.com.
Over the last 6 months, the company has undergone a number of developments, thus increasing the overall quality of services and boosting customer experience. “While Host1Plus has built its reputation as one of the cheapest VPS hosting providers on the global market, we are also strongly committed to service quality”, says Vincentas Grinius, the co-founder and CEO of Host1Plus. “We deliberately move step by step, working on infrastructure development, hardware upgrades, workflow optimization and overall service sustainability”, he continues.
This month the company also introduced the renewed Client Area. Prior to internal system improvement, Host1Plus engaged in a number of successful collaborations, including partnerships with Staminus and Halon Security.
Host1Plus is an international hosting provider, offering a range of services from domain name registration, shared, VPS and reseller hosting to dedicated servers and SSL certificates. Host1Plus provides affordable and customizable solutions to meet the needs of bloggers, developers, web designers and business owners in managing their online assets. The main values of Host1Plus include network stability, service reliability and excellent customer care. Founded in London, UK, in 2008, the company now has a global presence with multiple data centers and local support teams in Africa, Europe, North and South Americas; some operations are directed from Kaunas, Lithuania and Frankfurt, Germany.