ArtSec Launches New Website and Web Server Migration Service for Linux and VPS Servers

ArtSec launches its website and web server migration service to help companies and individuals who wish to move a website from one server to another.

ArtSec Group, an international technology and information security company, has launched its new website and web server migration service to provide businesses, communities and individuals with a fast, secure and easy way to move a website, including its databases, from one server to another.ArtSec Launches New Website and Web Server Migration Service for Linux and VPS Servers

With ArtSec’s information technology and Internet expertise this new service guarantees a smooth migration. Available for all types of Unix-like (including Linux and FreeBSD) servers, ArtSec’s experts are able to transfer a web site from shared hosting to a Virtual Private Server (VPS) or to a dedicated server. Likewise they can migrate all the websites on a VPS or dedicated server to another server.

ArtSec handles all aspects of the migration including backup, restore, reconfiguration and DNS changes. Migrating from one server to another is also a good opportunity to upgrade existing underlying services (including the web server software like Apache and database servers like MySQL), as well as updating the web applications (like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal etc). ArtSec are able to handle these upgrades as part of the migration service.

“As online businesses grow and expand, many website owners are discovering they need to move to bigger servers to better cope with demand,” said an ArtSec representative. “Our migration service helps web site owners make that move with the minimum of anxiety or stress.”

Server migration involves more than just moving the web related files and databases. Email also needs to be migrated. This includes the existing mailboxes as well as any forwarders, auto-responders and aliases. ArtSec’s capable team of experts will ensure that the email continues to flow during the transition.