Italian web hosting provider Ergonet was established in 2006, primarily to offer web hosting and domain registration services. This hosting vendor employs a customer-oriented philosophy and strives to provide tailor-made solutions that add value to your business.
Ergonet’s website is in Italian.
Features and Ease of Use
Ergonet provides generic hosting, CMS hosting, and dedicated hosting options. The generic Linux and Windows hosting packages include the following features:
- Free Cloudflare CDN
- Free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates
- 10 IMAP / POP3 mailboxes
- MySQL databases
- Unlimited web space
- PHP support
- Weekly and nightly automated backups
Your web hosting is managed using Ergonet’s own WebPanel custom control panel that has an intuitive interface and integrated customer support functions. WebPanel gives you complete control over your hosting resources, and it also features a one-click installer for CMS applications such as WordPress and PrestaShop. You can also install your free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate.
You will enjoy high-performance hosting with Ergonet thanks to its use of ultra-modern servers with SSD hybrid storage that guarantees super-fast read/write speeds. Also, the Cloudflare CDN enhances your page loading speeds even more (thanks to local caching) and your protection (by hiding your IP address).
As an alternative to the Linux hosting, the Windows value hosting runs on Windows 2008 servers that support ASP and ASP.NET.
Pricing and Support
Ergonet provides some of the cheapest web hosting packages in the industry, and they’re underpinned by great user-friendly features that improve your hosting experience. With the two value hosting plans, there is no free domain and no multidomain support, but you do get a free SSL certificate that can be installed easily.
These hosting plans are billed on a yearly basis and can be bought using PayPal, debit/credit card, or bank transfer.
Ergonet’s professional 24/7 technical support can be accessed by telephone or ticket. Live chat also looks to be available, but it always asks you to send a message instead. Self-support resources include the FAQs and Guides page and a collection of Video Courses (in Italian):