When to switch to a Dedicated Server Connection

27 Jun

A dedicated server solution is not for every business. It is suited for organizations that experience constant high traffic. If you are a start-up firm or an SMB, it is advisable to choose a shared server or cloud server for your business. It is difficult to forecast website traffic when you are not an established brand in the market.

However, once you have left your mark and people frequently visit your company site, you need a dedicated server to maintain smooth service flow without website downtime. You can’t afford service degradation as it will decrease your customer retention ratio and hamper goals of luring more customers. A dedicated serve hosting facility can work just fine for you and keep service hindrances away from your business.

There is a server kept in a secured data center entirely focused on your company’s website. A guaranteed network uptime is provided by reliable service providers. You can install software/applications according to the business requirement.

Your server resides in a multi-layered security comprising of both, physical security and data security. There is no other website sharing the dedicated server assigned to your business. Hence risk of malicious site hacking attempts is totally mitigated. Your business information is secured and no one can get their hands on it.

There are service providers offering efficient yet cheap dedicated server hosting in India that host servers in tier III data centers equipped with redundant power supply and redundant IT infrastructure to ensure there is not even a single point of failure left that doesn’t have a backup. This assures zero downtime for client’s website helping in burgeoning growth of their businesses.

Hence, as and when your business requirement grows and becomes predictable, it is advisable to pay for dedicated server hosting to reap maximum benefits out of your growth.

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