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CWCS Managed Hosting is demonstrating the benefits of its cloud server packages by giving businesses the chance to trial the service in their daily activities before committing. The company is offering free two-week trials of its cloud servers, including Gold level support, to existing and potential customers on application.

 

The trials give firms the opportunity to find out for themselves how managed hosting and cloud servers could work for their business. By including a top-level technical support package, the trial also ensures they can appreciate the dedicated support from CWCS’ expert staff.

“During their trial, firms will be able to fully assess the quality of our cloud servers – infrastructure, hardware and software – and because we operate 24/7/365, they can also contact us any time with technical questions or support queries,” says Karl Mendez, Managing Director at CWCS.

“We are making this offer, which is quite generous, because we want to demonstrate how CWCS is the market-leader in cloud servers and managed hosting. We have extensive experience and are keen to highlight the high-level technical specifications of our servers, and the quality infrastructure, that set us apart from other providers.”

The free trials are the ideal way for businesses to really appreciate the quality of CWCS Managed Hosting’s cloud servers and technical support, giving them chance to experience the flexibility, scalability and reliability in a real-life situation. Trials can be used for experiments and assessments, showing firms how they could use cloud servers if implemented fully, and how easy this could be.

As with all CWCS Managed Hosting customers, those accepted for a free trial will be able to get up and running really quickly after an initial discussion of requirements with one of the specialist team. CWCS Managed Hosting is an ISO 27001 certified hosting company so all data is safe and secure, and businesses can choose Linux or Windows operating systems. Furthermore, the trial offers a minimum 2 vCPUs, unlimited inbound traffic, 20GB SAN storage and 1.5GB of memory.

Once the trial period has started, agreed users will also have access to technical support staff who are available via email, phone and live chat around the clock to answer any queries and provide help.

“We hope that firms will use the trial to find out for themselves how good our infrastructure and service is,” Karl Mendez continues. “We encourage them to experiment with how they would typically use the cloud server and gain a real insight into the benefits.

“A hands-on trial is the best way to showcase our products and services without going into detailed technical specifications. And we are confident that once firms have experienced our cloud servers and managed hosting they will never look back.”