We bring you Professional, Affordable and Quality Dedicated Root Servers.
A Few Examples of Our Services
Dedicated root servers to meet any need. Top performance with an excellent connection
Configure your dream server. Simply enter which hardware you would like and we will provide it.
Secure your sites now! Web pages not served via HTTPS will be marked ‘not secure’ in Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Could your website be one of them?
Building a website has never been easier! Create the perfect site with powerful drag and drop tools, no prior experience of webdesig needed.
Plenty of addons available
We provide several addons for your server. cPnel control panel, CloudlinuxOS, Firewall software and much more. You say you need it, we provide it!
All of our servers are located in a large, High Security datacenter. Our facility is monitored 24/7 to ensure the all servers are up and running and secure.
We've won a selection of prestigious awards as a reliable web hosting provider with a quality service offer and high level of included support.
Your Server, Your Desicions
Choose from and we install the latest Linux distros available. And of course we provide Windows too!
Why choose us
Here are the 4 top reasons why you should switch to DIH ONLINE
Frequently asked questions
Here's a selection of answers to our most popular questions.
Which payment options do you offer?
We accept payment via PayPal, credit/debit card & direct debit (Payson)..
What is web hosting?
What's the easiest way to create a website?
We recommend using Wordpress. Wordpress is software that allows you to create and manage your website easily without any coding experience or computer expertise. Wordpress can be installed by the click of a mouse from inside your cPanel account.
What is cPanel?
Using cPanel you can easily manage every aspect of your web hosting account. From creating custom email addresses all the way to editing your website files. The best thing about cPanel is that it can be accessed easily from any computer with an Internet connection.
DDoS In a DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) attack, an attacker will send thousands of fake requests in an attempt to exceed the bandwidth, flood a server's resources, and overload the system. By doing this, valid requests can only be processed very slowly or not at all. A massive amount of compromised computers (botnets) are often used to ... Read More »