VPS versus shared hosting, backdraws to understand.

Posted on November 27, 2013 at 5:12 PM

VPS versus shared hosting, backdraws to understand.

While a virtual private server costs more than the typical shared hosting setup, a great deal of flexibility and convenience comes along with it. To make things better, a virtual private server system is still significantly less expensive than a dedicated server.

The biggest drawback to using a dedicated server is that it is extremely expensive. In addition to being expensive to set up and use, it requires you to keep skilled IT professionals on the payroll. When all is said and done, it is sure to be prohibitively expensive. A virtual private server addresses these issues in a very compelling way. With a virtual private server, you pay a flat monthly or annual fee. That fee includes support for manged VPS Plans. If you have to pay for support, it is still going to cost a lot less than it would to keep an IT professional on the payroll.

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