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2022 Cloud Server for Small Business Guide

More and more small businesses are choosing to shift away from their on-premise servers to a cloud-based hosting solution. But what is a cloud server and is it the right choice for your small business? In this article, we discuss the ins and outs of cloud hosting so you can make the right decision for your next business server.

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Hybrid vs. Cloud Servers – What’s the difference?

Hybrid and Cloud servers are both virtual server platforms that each have their own distinct advantages. To those new to the hosting industry, the differences between the two products can be a bit confusing. In this article, we’ll walk you through the difference between Hybrid and Cloud servers so you can make an informed decision.

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Cloud Cost Savings: How Do SMEs Save Money in the Cloud?

In the last few years, SMB IT spending grew slowly while the scope of IT operations expanded rapidly. In 2017, SMBs spent $574 billion on IT. IDC projects IT spending will reach $684 billion by next year, an increase of less than 20 percent in four years. Over the same period, the push to ever greater digitization accelerated. Businesses expect IT professionals to do more with less,  fostering a need for increased cost-efficiency. 

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How Does a Cloud Server Work?

Cloud servers are the quickest, easiest, and most cost-effective way to deploy application hosting infrastructure. With the ServerMania Cloud, you select the server you want, choose an operating system, and click a button. A few seconds later, the cloud server is running and ready to host your software.

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Hosting SQL Databases in the Cloud

SQL databases are the backbone of the web. Although MongoDB and other NoSQL databases have become more popular in the last decade,  60 percent of databases on the web are SQL. NoSQL databases are great for unstructured data, and they work well with JSON-based web applications, but SQL-powered relational database management systems remain the best choice for applications of all types.

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