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VPS6.NET Unveils New Website and myVPS6 Client Portal

Web host and virtual private server provider VPS6.NET, LP has announced the launch of its new website, alongside a revamped and re-launched update to its client portal, myVPS6.

The new website, which provides in-depth information on VPS6.NET and its service offerings, is part of the company’s ongoing efforts to enhance the quality of information available to customers, visitors, and industry professionals. In particular, the new website dedicates full pages to Windows RDP VPS Hosting, Managed VPS Hosting, HVM-ISO VPS Hosting, Shared Web Hosting, and Dedicated Server Hosting services, which had previously been left without mention.

In addition to focused navigation and information-rich content, the website overhaul adds a clearer directory of the company’s Master Service Agreement, with the aim of making company policies transparent to current and prospective customers.

VPS6.NET has also unveiled its myVPS6 Client Portal, which features all-in-one management for client services including virtual servers, shared hosting accounts, domains, managed service packages, software licenses, and other service add-ons. VPS6.NET has voiced a commitment to continuing improvement of the client portal, both in basic functionality and navigability, to make service and billing management as streamlined as possible.

For more information about VPS6.NET, LP and its service offerings, visit:

About VPS6.NET
VPS6.NET  provides a virtualized service that is fast, reliable, and cost-effective. VPS6.NET caters to the individuals and small businesses who require cutting-edge solutions, but don’t have the same budget as a large company. VPS6.NET provides high-performance web hosting solutions in Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Frankfurt, Bucharest, and Istanbul.

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