No. You can purchase our Linux Server Backup when ordering your server management service, though.
No, there are never any additional charges for our support. You may opt-in to buy our Linux Server Backup, which is extra.
We provide a 30-day money-back guarantee on all our services.
Due to the time involved in setting up server management, we do ask that customers stay at least three months after ordering. If you cancel before that you will still be charged for three months. If you only need one-time support for an issue or server setup, please contact our sales department for a quote.
No, there are no ticket limits. Customers coming to us with significant issues often use much more time in their first month; however, there is never an extra charge.
Server Surgeon has been in business since 2005.
Yes, we have been providing dependable 24/7/365 Linux server support since 2005.
Every system administrator at Server Surgeon has at least eight years’ experience in Linux system administration specializing in the web hosting industry.
Standard tickets are responded to within 10 to 30 minutes often faster, depending on the current ticket volume; urgent tickets are answered within 5 to 10 minutes.
Yes. All protected data such as logins and passwords you provide to us using the sensitive data fields in our ticketing system will be automatically deleted from our system within 24 hours of us closing the ticket. The logins and password data we send to you are also subject to this deletion. Additionally, our production system is contained within our locked rack in the PhoenixNAP datacenter and all login access to it is blocked except traffic from our own internal network. You can also change any of the passwords you provide to us after the initial management setup is complete.
You will receive an email from our company requesting that you access our ticket system and provide us the login information to your server(s), a list of those in your company authorized to communicate with us on your behalf, a list of emergency contacts we may call during a server emergency, and your hosting providers support access details in case we need to reboot your server or troubleshoot a networking, power or hardware issue.