For brick-and-mortar businesses that don't specialize in technology, the need for IT services and solutions is often a challenging market to navigate. After all, why would a mechanic need a cloud backup server? Why would a bakery spend time learning about the differences between shared hosting and cloud hosting?
If you've got a successful business, you know how vital it is to be easily accessible online. With nearly 4 billion people on the internet as of this year, you have the potential to reach out to a lot of customers.
But what happens when the heavy traffic from your customers threatens to slow down your online services? Will you just let your potential clients leave for another business?
The managed server industry is absolutely exploding. In fact, the entire market is expected to grow from $152.45 billion in 2017 to $257.84 billion by 2022.
Even though more and more businesses are seeing the massive cost benefits that managed services provide, there is still a bit of confusion as to what exactly a managed server includes.
So, if you're comparing prices and plans for a managed server provider, here is a list of services you definitely should expect.
Besides growth, CEO's cite investing in technology is their highest priority for the next few years. 31% of CEO's said new products and technology is their biggest focus. This is the highest response in favor of IT in the history of the Gartner CEO Survey.
42% of companies have already begun digital transformation. With the increased possibilities of integrated AI, cloud computing, data analytics, and IoT (internet of things) this should come as no surprise.
But for business owners and IT professionals who are trying to stay ahead of the curve, all of the server options can also lead to confusion. To eliminate this confusion, Managed colocation is often the best choice for many larger businesses.
We are introducing a new range of Dedicated Server hosting plans that include support for NVMe, a modern storage protocol that works with SSDs to provide faster I/O and much larger data bandwidths.
Toronto, ON, July 5, 2018 - ServerMania, a leading provider of dedicated and cloud hosting, today launched a new range of dedicated servers built around Intel Xeon W. As Intel’s latest iteration of single-socket processor, the Intel Xeon W introduces enhancements that makes it ideal for a wide range of server applications. Optimized for professional workstations, multi-GPU workloads, and number-crunching applications
Nearly every business is constantly on the lookout for reliable technology solutions that can easily scale for future growth. SaaS hosting is a cost-effective way to reduce infrastructure costs without sacrificing performance. But choosing the wrong type of hosting now could jeopardize your long-term success.
On July 27, 2017 ServerMania sponsored a Web Hosting Industry Review (WHIR) networking event in Toronto, Canada. WHIR networking events always provide a great opportunity for industry professionals to meet in a comfortable environment, develop connections, and create new business opportunities. This event was certainly no exception.