Managed Servers vs. Cloud Hosting

With a Managed Server you have total control which allows you to install any operating system or application software you require.  Managed Server providers; such as BTInet; employ system administrators that maintain the servers to keep your server running at its prime level.  Managed Server providers make numerous investments and research into new technologies hat can improve their own IT infrastructure and deliver a better service and value to their customers.

Cloud Hosting gives you servers that are scalable and affordable, on demand at your fingertips. What does that mean to you? If you are a small company looking for server hosting that won’t break your bank, Cloud server hosting gives you a lower cost of entry. You only pay for the horsepower you need today, but you have the opportunity to grow without system downtime.  Cloud Hosting is a simple idea, but it can have a huge impact on your business.

Which is better for you?

That is a very excellent question and the answer all depends on your requirements of your business. With a Managed Server, you may also pay a bit more to receive better support and relieve of the tasks of server administration.With Cloud Hosting; you don’t have to depend on hardware. You don’t have to worry that you’ll run out of memory, processor power or hard disk space.

Still not sure what is best for you?  Give us a call and we can compare services with you!

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Server hosting, Linux, Windows, Sun, Solaris, Dedicated servers, virtual private servers, firewalls, internet service provider, exchange, oracle, SQL server

One Response to Managed Servers vs. Cloud Hosting

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