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    Is cloud hosting more secure and efficient as compared to normal hosting?

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    Yes, Cloud hosting is more secure as compared with Normal Hosting service. Here is the difference between Cloud hosting and Normal hosting services:
    Normal Hosting services:
    Normal hosting service is mainly of two types
    Shared Hosting
    Dedicated Hosting
    In Shared hosting, you can share the server with many other websites and customers. Mostly small and medium scale websites use shared hosting.
    Large-scale websites use dedicated server hosting as they need dedicated bandwidth and full control of the server.
    Cloud server Hosting services:
    Large companies such as Compute host, Google, Microsoft, and Rackspace lease their server cultivate (data centers) for customers to use for every required premise.


    Marc_AccuWebHosting
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    Last edited by Marc_AccuWebHosting; 03-03-2018, 08:02 AM.

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    • #3
      Yes, cloud hosting is more secure and efficient from normal and other hosting. Other hosting like as shared and dedicated uses for to access the medium scale of size business websites. It contains basic features to start up small business Or Medium size of business.You can also select cloud hosting for any type of business because it has versatile, good performance,uptime, security and many features.Cloud Hosting are using for those using Big websites like E-commerce sites Google Maps, G-mail etc.

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      • #4
        Cloud hosting is more dynamic and can perform better and be more secure than some shared hosting services.

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        • #5
          The service that works better for your business will hinge on your needs. If you're looking for an inexpensive hosting option that has solid features and can handle your current traffic levels, shared web hosting may be a great option for your business.

          Shared hosting is the traditional method of hosting and can be a good cost-effective option for many smaller businesses. It also can be easier to use when it comes to features.

          Cloud hosting is ideal if you experience high traffic or spikes in visits or if you need in-depth security features. Rollins recommended cloud hosting services for e-commerce businesses and businesses with high traffic demands.

          Because you are not dependent on a single dedicated server, should any issues arise, your site can easily and quickly be migrated to another server. If you have a very large site with a lot of resources in the back end and are experiencing problems with speed, cloud hosting is a good option.


          Regards.
          Akshay

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          • #6
            Originally posted by chandrabhan maktal View Post
            Yes, Cloud hosting is more secure as compared with Normal Hosting service. Here is the difference between Cloud hosting and Normal hosting services:
            Normal Hosting services:
            Normal hosting service is mainly of two types
            Shared Hosting
            Dedicated Hosting
            In Shared hosting, you can share the server with many other websites and customers. Mostly small and medium scale websites use shared hosting.
            Large-scale websites use dedicated server hosting as they need dedicated bandwidth and full control of the server.
            Cloud server Hosting services:
            Large companies such as Compute host, Google, Microsoft, and Rackspace lease their server cultivate (data centers) for customers to use for every required premise.

            Other hosting like as shared and dedicated uses for to access the medium scale of size business websites. It contains basic features to start up small business

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Akshay_M View Post
              The service that works better for your business will hinge on your needs. If you're looking for an inexpensive hosting option that has solid features and can handle your current traffic levels, shared web hosting may be a great option for your business.

              Shared hosting is the traditional method of hosting and can be a good cost-effective option for many smaller businesses. It also can be easier to use when it comes to features.

              Cloud hosting is ideal if you experience high traffic or spikes in visits or if you need in-depth security features. Rollins recommended cloud hosting services for e-commerce businesses and businesses with high traffic demands.

              Because you are not dependent on a single dedicated server, should any issues arise, your site can easily and quickly be migrated to another server. If you have a very large site with a lot of resources in the back end and are experiencing problems with speed, cloud hosting is a good option.


              Regards.
              Akshay
              better and be more secure than some shared hosting services.

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              • #8
                It depends on what you ask from it. A simple server is just hardware to host a service on it. You can design the security protocols for it.
                A cloud server is an amalgamation of the hardware with the necessary software to efficiently use, administer, and orchestrate the resources to suit your needs.
                It has improved security features than a regular server. Though you can solve that problem by ensuring a mix of security measures.

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                • #9
                  Best Dedicated Servers
                  More accurately, it's probably stored across multiple data centers. That's because most cloud providers protect their users' data by backing it up in more than one location. ... Naturally, if your local servers don't have adequate backup, this makes cloud storage inherently more secure

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