with unrestricted replacements for subscriptions like Dropbox, G-suite, OneDrive, Hubspot and dozens more this stand-alone service can be part of a larger drive to reduce costs generally. Get in touch to arrange a meeting with a professional in services & business procurement.

Systems for Business

Secure Domain Hosting, with GDPR compliant websites, email, calendars, contact sync, groupware, crm, erp, ecomm, document management

Low Cost

especially renewals, which start below £100 for the year. Multi year discounts are available to make things even more cost effective.

Single Provider

cancel monthly BigIT accounts like hubspot, dropbox & G-suite and really get value from the company server instead

Responsive Design

All our systems work on all mobiles, tablets, laptops and desktops no matter what the operating system

Nice & Easy

experience "customer delight" when everything connects with little green padlocks & works like a swiss watch.

Freedom through ownership

owning your own always costs less in the long run

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We saved just over £100 a month by cancelling all the subscriptions this new server replaces. Logging in the replacement services with iPhones and laptops was very easy. All our stuff is nice and private, on our own server. It all works very smoothly

Rachel - Choose2Youth

Security Blog

the same subjects come up time & again, here are a few blog posts to explain

Let’s Try Jolt

for years now i have been using namecheap hosting for everyone’s websites.

namecheap is an american firm with servers in the uk, however their upgrade servers are in arizona. upgrading a namecheap account will require moving to arizona & breaking GDPR.

Jolt seems very like namecheap, and all their servers are in the uk, which is excellent for GDPR purposes.

just like namecheap do, they say they’ll give me commission on sales where a new customer clicks to their site from my affiliate link https://www.jolt.co.uk?ref=timothyduckitt

Internet things for Dad

here’s the breakdown for getting all your things onto Namecheap Hosting
this includes the extra for the UK data centre
the new setup will be GDPR compliant (where the old one isn’t)

you’ll be pleased to learn that namecheap don’t nickel & dime you over the mailbox sizes, all your existing emails will migrate with room to spare

£91.56 — (2yrs) Renews at £182.44/2 years
£37.68 (2yrs) dedicated IP
£62.60 (2 yrs) wildcard SSL (on offer 44% discount) renews at £78/yr

the price does NOT include a wildcard for boys’ website, he gets a free SSL from namecheap for the public website only. without this “wildcard” his servers will have to be mail.dadsdomain.co.uk to access email for boy@boysdomain.com

total electronic money required:

£191.84 +VAT
£230.20 TOTAL

Namecheap SSL Page

namecheap logo

click that, log in and place money on your account. i’ll let you know the day before we need to put new server details into mail apps etc & nip down your shop then to supervise

ECJ finally acts on GDPR

Despite Facebook & their sycophants in the Irish Government throwing millions at a case the European Court of Justice has finally ruled that American companies can no longer use SCC’s (Standard Contractual Clauses) to duck out of responsibilities under GDPR legislation.

SCC’s are used by all the big USA tech giants in this manner, to avoid the fact that once inside the USA, UK & EU data becomes fair game for their alphabet soup of spy agencies. This is a breach of our rights under GDPR and unless the USA governments change all their collective minds about their surveillance laws things will slowly but surely get ugly.

Facebook isn’t the only offender, microsoft are looking at Office365, one-cloud and Skype becoming non-compliant. Google too, with most of their offerings involving USA data centres. G-suite & google-documents could end up on the banned list along with dropbox & dozens of SaaS providers. All this despite all the providers mentioned having really good security reputations