Our team has been hosting business, personal, social and non-profit websites for more than 10 years. We know web hosting and the typical hosting customer, which means we know there is NO typical hosting customer. That's why iPage offers a great deal of flexibility, without overcomplicating things.
Moreover, we focus on the three things our customers care about: their websites, their email and their online security.
You have so many options when it comes to creating your website. To give you the freedom you need to create an online presence that reflects your brand or personality, we support all of them.
From online site builders to software such as Expressions or Dreamweaver to blogging applications to writing your own code with HTML, you'll have the access and support you need to create a great website.
We also offer
What most people don't realize before they create their websites is that email is actually one of the most important services their web host provides it is the communication lifeblood of business and organizations today.
To that end, we perform extensive throughput testing to make sure mail is sent and received rapidly, and that our spam filters are effective.
We also offer our customers unlimited mailboxes and forwards, the latest version of AtMail, extensive spam management, and upgrades into Exchange hosting for larger organizations.
Security for You and Your Visitors
The iPage network is locked down. Tight. For obvious security reasons, we can't divulge too many of the details, but our pooled structure, firewalls, database lockdowns, encryption practices and overzealous system admin team have created an environment that is extremely secure.
Designed to quickly detect security breaches, our NOC (network operations center) is fully equipped to lockdown any security holes as soon as they are apparent.
We've also incorporated the SiteLock security suite at no additional cost. You can:
In addition, our unique pooled structure delivers better reliability and performance than the more traditional (and we believe) less reliable server-by-server structure most hosts offer.
Thanks to Liad Mizrachi from the Check Point Security Research team.