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  • Best Pay As You Go Cloud Hosting Providers

    Posted by QuoteColo on January 30, 2015

    Some cloud hosting providers hit you with one monthly bill for a stated amount. Other providers charge you on a pay-as-you-go model. This model, the pay-for-what-you-use model of cloud hosting – allows: –        Consumers to turn their servers on and off when the need arises –        Consumers to only pay for the resources they use […]

  • 7 Surefire Tips That Help You Pick the Most Reliable Cloud Hosting Service

    Posted by QuoteColo on January 27, 2015

    Moving a website, storage, and email into the cloud can certainly seem like a daunting task for many companies that do not really know much about what “transitioning to the cloud” really means. The cloud offers a wealth of wonderful benefits that help to make it one of the best choices for hosting. It can […]

  • Top 7 Managed WordPress Hosting Providers

    Posted by QuoteColo on January 26, 2015

    Running a website today includes a lot of moving parts. Businesses need to make sure the site looks and works great, they have to market and add content, and they must connect it to social media. The first step, though, is actually getting a host for the WordPress site, so they can be sure their […]

  • Speed Matters: Cloud Hosting vs. Shared Hosting

    Posted by QuoteColo on January 20, 2015

    How important is speed for your website? Do you need a fast site, or is it okay if it takes a few seconds to load. You have to be honest with yourself here. We live in a fast food world where we want access to everything right now, this second, and not ten or even […]

  • Best IPv6 Cloud Hosting Providers

    Posted by QuoteColo on January 19, 2015

    The latest version of the Internet Protocol is called IPv6. It’s a communications protocol meant to offer a location and ID system for computers that are part of networks and that direct traffic through the web. The main reason for the creation of IPv6 was due to the issues with IPv4 addresses being depleted. Even […]