The Future of Web Site Hosting for Small Businesses

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Managed server hosting is quickly becoming a way for small business to have reliable hosting for their site. Most businesses hosting their servers in house with an IT staff are making the switch to cut costs.

Imagine an employee who was willing to watch over all the delicacies of the technical side of your business twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week only asking for a monthly fee that was much smaller than a regular salary. This employee was eager to go to the office at 3 am when the server went off, handle all updates to make sure that your technology was ahead of your competitions, and keep a close eye on the productivity of your web site and make sure you were always getting the traffic that your web site deserves.

Businesses all over the world are discovering they can have this service; but without having to pay a salary or hiring a technical support staff. Many web hosting companies are offering to completely manage the servers and technology of businesses for a monthly cost much lower than hiring an employee.

“We saw that this was what businesses needed; all the technology they want with none of the work and half the pay of hiring a technical support staff,” said Henry Vowels president of Spokane based web hosting company

With E-Insites each customer is assigned a Management Coordinator who is responsible for the complete care of the clients’ technology. The MC assigned to each business studies in depth the company’s expectations, goals and product in order to give the level of care that is necessary.

“The companies who need managed services are normally those whose IT people don’t have the time or expertise to manage the server, or the company may not have IT people. meets these clients at whatever level they may be,” said Henry Vowels.

The world of technology is changing about as fast as the world of business, it is near impossible to keep up with both but by having a managed dedicated server you don’t have to.

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