If you’re just starting out or running a small business website, we offer affordable, shared hosting solutions. Shared hosting simply means that you will share a server with our other clients, all of whom we manage. Our shared hosting solutions are protected behind a dedicated firewall and include daily backups. Additionally, they have more than enough processing power and memory for smaller business needs. If you have limited IT knowledge or resources, shared hosting is a safe bet. Based on your needs, we can help you determine if shared hosting makes the most sense for your business.
While dedicated hosting is more expensive than shared hosting, it’s necessary in certain circumstances. For example, if you’re a larger company with a highly-trafficked website, then dedicated hosting is a no-brainer since you’ll own all the server space. Similarly, if you’re rapidly growing, experiencing unpredictable spikes in traffic, or constantly adding new products, dedicated hosting allows you to customize the server to your changing needs. Lastly, if you’re handling highly sensitive transactions, dedicated hosting allows for more enhanced security than shared hosting. We will help you determine whether or not dedicated hosting makes the most sense for your business’s unique needs.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a cloud-based platform that provides several different tools to provide a cost-effective hosting solution. Hosting can be provided through the AWS EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) environment, but it requires a high level of management from your team or hosting manager. For our clients, we typically utilize the different pay-as-you-go services to handle asset storage, content delivery and DNS (domain name system).