Web Hosting 101: Getting Cloud Service Providers vs. Dedicated Servers


When launching your company’s e-commerce website, app, or any other software, you have to find a suitable web hosting service. Your web server should be able to accommodate the specifications or data within your website or app and the traffic that would be accessing it. There are many ways in which this could be done, but getting cloud service providers and relying on dedicated servers are two of the most common, dependable web hosting systems.
The Case for Cloud Hosting
Om Thoke, web hosting expert for About.com, aims to be impartial in comparing the two.
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