WHM - The Power Is In Your Hands
When it comes to cPanel and WebHost Manager (WHM), there are often a lot of questions. The software and hardware involved can be complicated, and many people interested in using WHM are at a loss for why they need it at all. WHM is a powerful option that can benefit many different businesses. Here are some common questions people have about WHM and cPanel including the basics, to help you understand what this option can do for you and your business.
What is a WebHost Manager?
Combined with cPanel, WebHost Manager is a fully featured web hosting control panel system. WebHost Manager, specifically, allows backend access to cPanel, letting you perform a number of operations and functions you would be otherwise be unable to do. It’s best to think of WebHost as an administrative suite of applications, granting you access to more things and, as a result, giving you more control over their operations.
What can you do with WHM specifically?
WHM offers you a wide range of operations and procedures, all of which can be catered and customised to what you need. The full range of options available is increasing every day, but these are the key ways in which you can use WHM:
• The power to create, delete, and suspend cPanel accounts on your server.
• Permissions for checking server statuses and information.
• Ability to change your client domain names and user names.
• Options to manage and monitor your sites.
• The option to customise hosting and control panels.
• Configuration abilities so you can provide customer support through cPanel.
• Default page changes whenever you create a new account.
Why would you need WHM?
WHM is not for everyone as it allows certain access and functions that are simply unnecessary for many different kinds of businesses. But if you’re managing domain accounts, or hosting and managing reseller accounts, you will need the flexibility that comes with WHM. Not only will it allow you to install a server and system, configure manual or automatic system backups, and transfer accounts between servers, it will do so with an easy-to-use interface that many people can learn to use very quickly.
VpsCity provides you with the powerful WHM admin control panel to allow you to manage your hosting business. It automates and streamlines otherwise tedious server management tasks, and provides you with an easy way to manage all your web sites.
How can I figure out if WHM is right for your business?
VpsCity specialises in hosting services and, to that end, we offer a wide variety of different hosting packages that are built for different needs. WHM may be the best choice for you, but to find out for sure, be sure to contact our sales team. Our specialists can work with you to see if WHM is the service that you need, and be ready with a variety of options that may be the better choice. Feel free to contact us with any and all of your questions, so that we can work together to get you the solutions you need.
WHM is a powerful and useful tool for many different businesses and we have packages and services available to help you get the most out of your cPanel and WHM. If you’re on the market for WHM services, be sure to contact us today.
Server Monitoring Tools
Know what is going on with your server at any time of the day with server monitoring tools. View resource utilisation, diagnose log file issues, configure automations and secure servers from third-party attacks.
Create and manage your hosting packages - determine how much disk, bandwidth, email accounts and other features each package should be allocated.
Manage Hosting Accounts
You can create your customer hosting accounts in a click - just specify the domain name, username and password, and select the package. Their hosting account will be up and running in seconds.
Manage DNS Zones
Overall control to manage all your customer DNS zones in a click. WHM's powerful DNS zone management tool will allow you to make absolutely any DNS adjustment you need.
Conveniently log in and manage any of your client's hosting accounts by clicking the 'Login to cPanel' link - no need to remember any individual control panel login details.