Posted on November 18, 2013 at 5:02 PM
We saw Shared and Free web hosting in the previous article. Let us understand best practises against the cheaper options.
When your business takes off and requires more than the typical sharing server resources, it’s time to move up to the dedicated server. Now you’re in the big leagues with an entire server dedicated to your hosting needs. However, without any experience, succeeding with this hosting option is nearly impossible – those who require a dedicated server but don’t know a thing about server administration can get by with managed hosting. In this scenario, the hosting service provider handles all the management tasks which frees you up to focus on other areas of the business. Keep in mind that a managed service requires is generally more costly.
What is the Best Hosting For You?
The best advice we can give about hosting is to know what you’re getting into. Free services are geared for personal sites, shared hosting is suited for small businesses and a dedicated server is designed for larger hosting needs, yet is far more expensive. By knowing what your site requires, it will be much easier to determine which is the best solution. Contact us at Live chat or Submit ticket.