Getting the right web hosting for your business site


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When it comes to launching or re-launching a website, there's a big difference between renting and buying.

Most business websites are renters — meaning that they live inside of a Web hosting company rather than on a computer that's owned and operated by the business. This scenario, known as "shared hosting," provides reliability, security and performance for a relatively low price.

But having roommates may not be right for every business. Some sites need more room to roam, faster road access, high security walls or the freedom to do some major renovations. In that case, a dedicated server or a "virtual private server" — which is a term used to describe partitioning a single server, or computer, to work more like a separate physical computer — may be a better fit.

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