Enterprise Web Hosting Checklist

You should answer several questions about your organization’s needs, requirements, and culture as you decide between a colocation and a cloud computing provider. You should also consult with potential vendors before subscribing to a new service. You may find that your web-hosting strategy would benefit from both types of web hosting. Before you buy, consult this checklist to make sure you’re asking the right questions.
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