Over the last several months we’ve been working on a number of projects and upgrades to improve Serversaurus, which coincidentally all start with the letter B:
B Corporation – On the 28th of August, we joined 40 other companies to become the Founding B Corporations for Australia and New Zealand. We are listed under Arktisma, the name of our umbrella company.
B Corps are certified by the nonprofit B Lab to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. B Corp certification is to sustainable business what Fair Trade certification is to coffee.
We are Australia’s only B Corp certified Web Hosting company!
Our B Corp certification recognises many activities that we have been doing for years, such as our self-imposed 1% sales tax to support environmental organisations, paying for carbon offset of our servers and operations via GreenFleet, and our tree planting for tweets program.
Backups & more Backups – In addition to our regular daily, weekly, monthly and yearly server-level backups, we have just introduced incremental backups for business customers. You will now see within cPanel a new logo called R1Soft Backup Restore – full details on how this works via our help desk. Backups are now taken four times daily, with a one week retention, and can be restored as desired from within cPanel.
Bandwidth, Bandwidth, Bandwidth! – Last and by no means least, all our personal hosting packages have had a bandwidth bump, and our business packages now include unlimited bandwidth on the top tier at no extra cost! See https://serversaurus.com.au/business for details.
For our Personal customers wanting to take advantage of the new backups and/or larger bandwidth allocations available under our Business plans, we are offering free migrations to our business servers when you upgrade from a Personal Plan to a Business plan, and our Business Plans start at just $19.95/month.
All the Best from the Serversaurs.
P.S One last B: This one is a BIG Event!
Serversaurus were proud sponsors of The Privacy Workshop, held at Deakin Edge next month – https://privacy.electronworkshop.com.au/