As your business grows, so do your hosting needs. If you have heavy web site traffic, intense database applications, or if you just want the peace of mind of knowing that you have your sensitive database information on a dedicated server, you should consider "going dedicated". Here are a few advantages of upgrading to a robust Masscot Dedicated Biz Server:
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Managed hosting will also typically include 24/7 customer support. This is important, because when you’re running your own server, you’re not just paying for cloud computing, but for the physical hardware that stores your web projects. So, if something should go wrong with your server, your data isn’t relocated to another server as it is in cloud hosting environments.
Servers with the Windows operating system installed typically support only Windows or Microsoft-based technologies, including ASP.NET, MSSQL, MS Access, and Visual Basic. Windows is particularly useful for the gaming industry, in addition to other software and hardware compatibility. Windows can run on nearly any processor, while Linux is recommended to run with Intel processors. One thing to keep in mind as you shop for Windows hosting: The operating system chews through a lot of computing resources, so look for plans that don’t cut corners on RAM.
A dedicated server solution is perfect for complex, high-volume websites that require serious amounts of processing power and storage. Some examples of websites that may require this service could be sites that have been around for a while and generated tons of pages and media, multiplayer video game servers for your own pet project, voice or video chat servers, or any other project requiring peak performance at all moments. In essence, if you need a lot of storage, processing power, and/or bandwidth, you need a dedicated server.