RHC Hosting is happy to announce a new partnership with CloudFlare, the web’s easiest performance and security solution.

As a CloudFlare Certified Partner, we deliver their simple and free solution to help protect and accelerate your website. Once your website joins the CloudFlare community, it loads twice as fast and is protected from a range of online threats.

Getting started is super easy—you just need to log into your control panel and look for the CloudFlare icon. With two clicks, you can activate CloudFlare and your website will automatically be faster and safer around the world.

We are pleased to offer you the CloudFlare service for FREE included as standard. There is no commitment. Turning CloudFlare on and off takes two clicks of the mouse, so feel free to try it out. We think you’ll like it.

To learn more about CloudFlare, you can watch the introductory video here and take a look at their blog. We are delighted to offer this great service to you and help make your website faster and safer!

CloudFlare Partner
  • So what will CloudFlareTM do for me ?

    CloudFlare uses a CDN-like infrastructure to make your site load faster. The improvement in performance means your visitors will stay longer and our caching mechanisms will save you CPU and bandwidth resources.

    CloudFlare accelerates and protects any website online. A website on CloudFlare:

  • Loads 30% faster
  • Uses 60% less bandwidth
  • Has 65% fewer requests
  • Protects your website by repelling known attackers and blocking web spam
  • CloudFlare is suitable for all websites, including dynamic websites. Signing up takes less than two minutes. If you do not like the service, it takes even less time to un-signup!!

    Note: This service is a collaboration between CloudFlare and RH and Co IT Services - RHC Hosting. We encourage you to send any bug reports to support@cloudflare.com.

All our shared hosting packages include CloudFlareTM as standard. Our Dedicated and VPS Packages also have CloudFlareTM included as part of their Cpanel License.

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

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