Dedicated Server Cost: Finding The Right Price for Hosting

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A dedicated server is a big investment for your business, but one that will pay off in the long run. Increased speed, security, and performance will not only make your website more user-friendly but will lead to more conversions and greater sales. In this article, we will explore dedicated server costs and discuss how to find a server that is right for you at an affordable price.

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Save Money and Increase Productivity by Running a VoIP System on Your Dedicated Server

Could your dedicated server actually help you to save money? The immense power and adaptability of InMotion Hosting’s Dedicated Server solutions mean they can provide unparalleled control, performance, and security for your website. But, there are so many other things these systems can do that few of us have ever really stopped to consider. One idea could actually help you save money on your phone bills every month!

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Upgrading to Dedicated Hosting: Why, When, and How?

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Before upgrading to dedicated hosting, it is important to consider a few different concepts. What do you plan to use the server for? Where you want your data center to be? How do you know if dedicated server hosting is right for you? These are all questions that need to be answered before you can begin the upgrade process. In this article, we will discuss uses of dedicated hosting, the importance of data center location, and aspects to consider when looking to upgrade your hosting.

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RAM and Dedicated Servers: Boosting Your Server Speed

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When choosing the right set of hardware for your server, the options can become overwhelming. Which CPU will serve you best? How much server RAM do you need? How much storage do you need? Should you add a remote KVM for LOM access to your machine? With so many factors to consider, one factor often gets taken for granted: the actual amount of RAM you will need for your server.

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