Hungarian I.T. service company BPC-Rendszerház is based in Budapest, and its website is in Hungarian. This company offers web hosting, VPS, cloud storage, domain registration, system administration, I.T. support, remote IT monitoring, website creation, and even printer rentals.
Features and Ease of Use
BPC-Rendszerház offers four shared web hosting plans (with domain registration) and four VPS server plans.
The web hosting packages come with between 200 MB and 10 GB storage, but no other details are given, so I can’t tell you about bandwidth, email accounts, databases, or anything else apart from the fact that you have to pay extra for a .hu, .l, .with, or .info domain.
The VPS plans provide scalable and customizable options to meet the needs of companies of virtually any size. You get 1-core to 4-core Intel Xeon processors, 4 GB to 16 GB RAM, and 20 GB to 100 GB storage, and your resources are guaranteed. Microsoft software is included on a rental basis, as per the Software Provider License Agreement (SPLA).
This company’s website includes a portfolio of websites it has created, so I presume (but can’t be sure) that it offers website design services. You can also come here for cloud storage that makes your files available from any device, anywhere in the world. Securely, of course.
Pricing and Support
Priced in Hungarian forints, the shared hosting plans are cheap, but you can’t purchase plans online. You have to fill out and fax an order, then (I presume) wait for an invoice to be generated. Since the shared hosting information is so scarce, I can’t say whether there is any money-back guarantee or free trial. The VPS plans start cheap, and although it looks like you can order one online, I’m not so sure that the process isn’t equally convoluted.
BPC-Rendszerház offers 24/7 support, but you may well have to pay extra for the system administrator and I.T. support services. Publicly available contact channels include telephone, email, and an online form, but I’m sorry to say that my online form submission went unanswered. Remote support is available via TeamViewer.