The Three B’s

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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 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 –