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ASL Print FX

Build a strong foundation

ASL Print FX, an award winning printer of wine labels and promotional packaging to the wine industry has benefited from our managed hosting expertise.

"Thank you for all your fabulous work on the ASL Print FX website."

Contact us to learn what we can do for you.

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You have myriad options when it comes to choosing an Internet hosting company. So what sets Single Entry
Point® Marketing apart? Customer service.

All aspects of your hosting will be managed by us: from setting up a new employee with a new email address, to backing up regularly your data, to configuring your DNS, leaving you to focus on your core business.

What We Offer

  • No terms constraints – if you are not satisfied with our service, switch to another hosting provider without any restrictions or penalties.
  • We share server resources across a low number of clients – better allocation of server resources means a more responsive website.
  • We monitor client websites on a regular basis, both from a site health and a search engine visibility perspective. If we spot an issue, we will alert you and suggest a solution.
  • 100% Canadian - All of our hosting is served from Ontario, which allows us physical and virtual access to servers as necessary.

Why Host with a 100% Canadian Hosting Company?

Your IP Address Matters

If you're a Canadian trying to reach the domestic market, it is important that the IP address of your website points to a web server located in Canada.

Google, Bing, and other search engines will only return sites with a Canadian IP address or .ca domain name when someone selects "Canadian Sites Only" when searching for products or services.

Here's another reason why you should use a Canadian hosting company - what Google says about your IP address and its impact on your website's ranking in search engines: "Yes, we do use your server's IP address to try to determine if your site is relative to a particular country. If you're really relevant to France, it might help to have a French IP [address]. It's not a stopper — it's not that you can't rank in France without a French IP [address], but it can help."

Strict Privacy Laws

Canada's privacy laws are in compliance with those in the European Union; Canadian and European companies who host in the U.S. may be breaking the law if private information is not adequately protected or is made subject to American laws like the Patriot Act.

Hosting in Canada therefore means private information is more effectively and reliably legally safeguarded than in the United States, and potentially beyond the reach of those authorities.

Mike in the Microsoft data center load testing a suite of e-commerce applications Our principal, Mike Lascut, testing a suite of e-commerce applications at a Microsoft lab in Seattle, 2001.

Platform Capabilities

  • Our servers are powered by Windows Server 2008 (the latest server operating system from Microsoft)
  • Supported programming platforms:
    • ASP.Net
    • ASP.Net MVC
    • Classic ASP (Active Server Pages)
    • PHP
  • Supported database engines:
    • Microsoft SQL Server
    • MySQL


  • Xeon-powered DELL servers, with RAID 1, hot-swap hard drives and redundant power supplies.
  • Robust, reliable, and high-quality network. All aspects of our infrastructure and bandwidth can be scaled infinitely to meet increased traffic demands.
  • Strictly controlled dust and pollution-free environment.
  • Redundant power grids.
  • Redundant HVAC control environment.
  • Fully redundant Cisco, enterprise-class routing equipment.
  • Multiple diverse Gigabit Ethernet fibre network for high throughput connectivity.
  • Access to our servers is secured by keycards, biometric scanning and constant surveillance.
  • Network intrusion detection and protection.

Custom Hosting Solutions

  • Custom server configurations
  • Dedicated servers
  • Virtualization solutions
  • Linux and various flavours of UNIX