What Should be Kept in Mind While Selecting a Dedicated Server?

24 Mar

The dedicated server is the one which requires less support and the other kinds of services which are present in a dedicated server are way better than the managed dedicated servers. Now, though it is always advisable to have your exchange email hosting on a dedicated server but still the server which is managed provides more support and services. Normally the managed server has got a target client base which consists of people who are technically challenged or have limited technical knowledge. On the other hand the dedicated server in India works well with big business houses (who have a separate and dedicated IT team) and big website companies.
Dedicated Server
The basic management of server involves paying attention to the following things:

  • Amenities for firewall
  • Safeguarding software from any type of spam.
  • Providing tech support
  • Modification of the applications on a regular basis
  • Modernizing the OS (operating system) regularly
  • Fixing and configuring any kind of new software
  • Preserving regular backups and re-establishment of data in case of data loss
  • Observing of the server
  • Supervising and giving access as per the requirement of the users
  • DNS Hosting
  • Antivirus updating at regular interim’s
  • Any other kind of discussion service that could be requisite

Thus, no matter whether you have a Dedicated Server Hosting, cloud server hosting or a shared server hosting; it is important that you do take proper care of the server and work on the above stated list of items. Any kind of lackadaisical attitude towards the server might lead to crashing of the server and that would make you suffer huge losses of important data across the board.

In the end, would conclude by saying that a dedicated server is a very important service for a business, so if you are looking forward to buy one, make sure that you buy from the best in the market.

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