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Affraid to make the move to a new server company? If you’re a cPanel user, we’ve got you covered! Satisfaction Guaranteed!

If you are hosting with another company, and you have a cPanel server or AWS server, we will migrate you to your new cPanel Dedicated Server or AWS server hosted at Server Powered.

Our staff is highly skilled with cPanel/AWS knowledge. We can migrate your entire cPanel/AWS settings and user accounts to include the following:

  1. User accounts
  2. User passwords
  3. User Home directory
  4. Web Logs
  5. MySQL Databases
  6. E-mail settings and inboxes
  7. Web stats
  8. DNS Settings
  9. Everything that has to do with the user accounts is completely migrated.
  10. Server Configurations
  11. Databases

* DNS Migration – Switching to the new IP Address

Server Logs

* Note: New nameservers will be created unless you already have access to change the settings on the OLD nameservers. If you have not registered nameservers, we will do this for you, and you will have to update the nameservers on your Domain Registrator.

We can migrate:

  1. Jira server migration
  2. WordPress server migration
  3. Joomla server migration
  4. Magento 2 server migration
  5. Server data migration
  6. Server migration strategy
  7. Server migration to azure
  8. Server migration to cloud

We will transfer from ONE remote server source to your new server here. Additional remote server transfers are $49.99 / per server.

Our staff will chat with you Live online with our Live Support system during the migration to ensure that everything goes smoothly.

How to do a server migration?

  1. At a minimum, we will require the following information:
  2. Website Address or IP Address of old server
  3. Root access to the remote host
  4. SSH Access to the remote host
  5. Single cPanel Account Migration Requirements

Our staff will chat with you Live online with our Live Support system during the migration to ensure that everything goes smoothly.

At a minimum, we will require the following information:

  1. Website Address or IP Address of old server
  2. Username and password to access remote host
  3. cPanel Access to the remote host

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