5 Good Reasons to Choose VPS

5 Good Reasons to Choose VPS

VPS stands for Virtual Private Server (VPS) that is used for hosting. Aim of this blog is to highlight benefits of using VPS for growing businesses. Shared hosting has the problem of control over data and security. Dedicated hosting has the problems of cost and size. fortunately we have VPS which is the hybrid of shared and dedicated hosing.

Virtual Private Server

The five main reasons why VPS are good for growing business are:

  • Cost Effective – When you are newly developing a site and would like to hosting with good control and security which is of less cost you should be choosing this hosting. It is optimized between shared hosting and dedicated hosting.
  • Complete Control – With this you have complete control over your data. You will receive the entire file database with operating system unlike shared hosting.
  • High Availability- It is virtual and will be backed up as server images. In case the site goes down, the backup will be a life saver ensuring your applications and website remains online all the time.
  • Dedicated Resources – It is allocated with dedicated resources that cannot be used by other dedicated hosting. This will hep boost the performance of the website.
  • Better Security – It has high security options since it is secured and privet hosting. All the products will be easily updated and protected.

If you are website owner who prefers flexibility and security then VPS are the best option to choose. If you are rethinking about migrating to this hosting you can talk to our experts here.

About the Author
Divya Priyadharshini M
Ms. Divya Priyadharshini Mohan is a research scholar in Electrical and Electronics Engineering with a specialization in Electric Drives and Embedded Control. She is a researcher with interests in the Internet of Things and Hybrid Renewable systems. Her past research publications are in the areas of Internet of Things, AC-DC-AC converters, DC-DC boost converter for low-cost wind turbines and guided undergraduate project students in the areas of location notification using GPS, RFID tracked traffic signals, steam less paper manufacturing. She also has worked in signals and systems. Her current research interests include standalone hybrid renewable systems’ security and control. She is a passionate reader and has authored a few short stories, essays, and a novel. Her leisure times are filled with books, music, and blogs. She has been blogging for 7 years and freelance as a technical writer cum blogger many businesses in the fields of services, manufacturing, and education.