24 Apr '11, 4am

Small Business Saturday: Rackspace Rocks! | Morgan Linton

Small Business Saturday: Rackspace Rocks! | Morgan Linton

When you’re running a small business hosting and servers can make or break you. Oftentimes small business owners start with shared servers which means they are sharing a server with a zillion other people. If you only have a few people coming to your site and performance isn’t a concern this will get the job done. As you continue to scale your business and your needs increase you might want to look-into taking the next step and getting either a cloud server or VPS or a co-located server in your area. Recently I have been experimenting with two different options, Hostgator VPS and Rackspace and have to say that Rackspace has been the clear winner here. First for the loser – HostGator . I setup a VPS (Virtual Private Server) with Hostgator and received my welcome email. The email told me to update my nameservers and I’d be off to the races. I tried this and it didn’t work, s...

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