While running a business, it’s the objective of every single entrepreneur to maximize the scope of profit, and they can do this by maximizing the scalability, value and performance of the infrastructure that they use.
Using a managed hosting server has multiple benefits and these vary to a certain extent with Windows VPS hosting and Linux VPS hosting solutions. At Minosha, we consider the varying requirements of our customers and hence, customize the services accordingly.
Here is a glimpse about the Windows VPS hosting –
We consider Windows virtual private server as an ideal web hosting solution for small and medium businesses that are not financially strong enough to purchase a dedicated server.
Unlike a shared hosting plan, customers get dedicated server resources in VPS.
Windows VPS is a composite web hosting scheme wherein customers get extra security and can customize their server as per their immediate needs.
VPS works on the very concept of virtualization wherein a physical server is broken down into multiple virtual servers, each with defined resources.
At Minosha, we offer complete scalability through the Windows VPS so that the customers can properly control the resources that have been allocated to the website. We design the solution in a way so that a customer can use his VPS account and increase the bandwidth and disk storage, based on his needs, in case he witnesses a sudden surge in traffic in his website.
The primary reason why we think Windows VPS is arguably the best web hosting choice for most SMBs is because it offers identical privileges to that of a dedicated server solution at a much cheaper rate. We make sure that the Windows VPS gets updated as and when any patches are available.
Furthermore, we ensure the best possible maintenance and performance of the server in a VPS plan. We also take complete responsibility of ensuring maximum uptime and resolving the technical issues (in case there are any). In this way, we enable our clients to outsource the technical responsibilities as well as the tension associated with the maintenance of a server to us, and allow them a lot of free time to focus on their core business functions.