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Why Cloud Servers Is the Choice for Windows VPS
Business that have been online for several years probably have some legacy code in use in various departments
Nov. 13, 2012 11:15 AM
Businesses basically have two choices for operating systems when shopping around for cloud servers: Windows or Linux. While Linux is cheaper and runs on many enterprise servers, businesses that run internal applications for a Windows desktop can benefit from Windows cloud servers.
The IT department and users will understand the platform more easily than were they to learn Linux. But launching an intuitive platform is only one of the advantages of cloud servers in a Windows environment.
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Additionally, hosting in the cloud means the company only pays for the bandwidth and server resources used each month and not a flat fee amount. Any cloud host charging a flat fee is in fact not a true cloud host. By paying for only what is used, businesses can cut down on IT infrastructure costs. As the business grows and more revenue is brought in, the cloud costs will also grow, but these costs only grow with the business’ success.
By Jennifer Marsh
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