The Business Case for Managed Hosting

Small and medium businesses (SMBs) face many time-consuming tasks when looking for a Web presence, especially if they don’t maintain in-house resources to manage their Web servers. Managed hosting services provide a coordinated, comprehensive solution for SMBs. Discover how managed hosting services can help SMBs tackle these tasks and reduce costs while maintaining reliability, uptime, and security.
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