Are you someone who needs a website that represents the same quality and efficiency that your business holds? Below, you’ll find a comprehensive, yet easy-to-understand guide to Linux dedicated servers, and how the superior performance and user-friendly admin can prove to be a considerable asset for website owners.
Using a Windows operating system? Check out our Windows dedicated server guide.
While other services such as free or shared hosting are suitable to those on a tight budget, a professional website is an investment and vital tool for creating income. A business with a site that loads slowly, suffers from cybersecurity issues, or experiences spells of unexpected downtime will struggle. All of these problems can be solved with the enhanced performance of dedicated Linux servers.
With other types of hosting service, you will share a server environment and its resources with other websites. Naturally, this means that by sharing your site’s performance, you’ll be restricted. This isn’t the case with dedicated servers. In fact, it’s completely different.
With a Linux dedicated server, you get physical hardware — rather than sharing a server environment (VPS) — which gives you an entire server to yourself, therefore giving your website all of the memory and bandwidth capability it possesses.
Having a website with the capabilities of a Linux dedicated server will benefit you for a number of reasons, but performance and reliability are what stand out most for business owners. A website with quick loading times, swift navigation, and minimal signs of inefficiency will reflect fantastically on your brand. The opposite comes across as amateurish and gives off a sense of unprofessionalism, neither of which help you to establish your brand and broaden your customer base.
Owning your own physical server ensures that you benefit from an entire server’s worth of resources, heightening performance and avoiding downtime from other sites hogging resources. It also helps you in regards to cybersecurity if you happen to be sharing a server with other sites that are corrupted. Cyber attacks cause severe problems, as client information, financial data and company reputation could all be in jeopardy.
An essential part of owning a website is monitoring its progress with efficient administration and management, but when it comes to a more advanced service such as Linux dedicated servers, that can be quite a daunting task. It’s for this reason that we provide customers with either CPanel or Plesk, depending on your preference.
This gives you a user-friendly control panel for managing websites, databases and emails on your server with ease. It’s perfect for business and website owners who want to closely monitor and manage their site’s progress, as well as be able to notice any issues and deal with them quickly. For an average website owner, website problems are troublesome, but for businesses, it directly affects their ability to make money, hence the need for close and consistent analysis of progress and efficiency.
If you’re someone with minimal free time on your hands to constantly monitor your website, or lack the confidence to do so efficiently (don’t worry, you’re not alone), Cyber Host Pro also offers a server management service. This is fantastic for professional support, 24/7 assistance, and managing your Linux dedicated server. With this service in place, you’ll have the peace of mind knowing that your server and website are in safe hands while you focus on the other essential aspects of running a business.
Are you looking for a bespoke website hosting service that’s simple to manage, with the ability monitor your progress with ease? Cyber Host Pro has a range of web hosting services, such as dedicated Linux servers, which offer unrivalled performance, efficiency and reliability.
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