Starting cost is $50/month for our IBM Softlayer devices. We may cost more than others, but we think the environment and our focus on security is worth it.
For government entities seeking a secure web hosting service, we are a small business certified government contractor.
Because we take security seriously, your duty as a client is to at all times maintain a locked-down and up-to-date website. We take security seriously and expect our clients to do so as well.
Our IBM Softlayer dedicated servers are secured and isolated by CloudLinux and a series of additional lock-down features.
The servers are wicked fast and energy efficient with RAID1 SSD drives, 1 gigabit per second up/downlinks (typical is 10 or 100 megabit), an astounding 20 terabytes of server-wide bandwidth and an available content distribution network with over 40 worldwide points-of-presence.
Add to that our vanishingly low 1, 5, 15 minute server load averages on quad-core processors. See the current server load average on our Kingfield server:
For your email, documents & more, we are a Certified Google Apps Administrator and use enterprise-grade services from Google for Work or Office 365. For non-profits, we use Google Apps for Non-Profits which means free, i.e., $0, enterprise-grade email, documents & more.
With DNS clustering, Maine.Info mirrors all DNS data from our RAID 1 dedicated web servers at IBM Softlayer in Washington, D.C. to our Linode DNS servers in Atlanta. This means that your Google for Work or Office 365 email, calendars and documents will continue to function even if the IBM datacenter goes offline.
For recovery we use both mirrored RAID SSD drives and IBM Softlayer's Endurance Storage for daily, weekly & dual monthly backups. We also provide EMC/Spanning cloud-to-cloud backups for email & document recovery.
Email email@example.com to get started. We want to host your website. At the same time we are a community and we don't host just anyone, so you won't find any "Purchase Now" buttons here. Instead, just send us an email to apply.