Business Web Hosting
Business Hosting gives you the ultra-fast speed of a Virtual Private Server with a super simple control panel — a perfect fit for those who don’t have tech skills but still need powerful hosting.
Business Web Hosting Frequently Asked Questions
What is Business Hosting?
What's the difference between shared hosting, business hosting, and a VPS?
- Shared hosting is an inexpensive way to get your websites up on the web
- A Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting is more powerful, but costs more than shared hosting, and requires experience with server administration
- Business hosting is a balance between the two, offering the power of a VPS with the ease of shared hosting.
What are resource limits on Business Hosting?
Your business hosting has maximum possible resources it can use as per your plan, ensuring that no account on server impacts other customer’s experiences.
If you have Business Hosting with cPanel, you have more resources for your websites and applications than any regular shared hosting plan. Unlike shared hosting, resource levels in Business Hosting are based on your plan type.
Alert: For optimal performance and stability, always leave 20-25% of your maximum disk space available for overhead system software. Failure to do so could result in technical problems. You can upgrade at any time if you need more disk space.
Should I choose a Windows or Linux hosting account?
We get this question all the time! For either kind of hosting, you use a web browser like Firefox, Chrome or Safari to manage your account and websites. So you can run your Windows Hosting account from a MacBook, or a Linux Hosting account from a Windows laptop. You can install popular web apps like WordPress on Linux or Windows Hosting. It doesn’t matter!
So why should I pick Linux Hosting? For most people, Linux Hosting is a great choice because it supports just about everything you need or want in your website from WordPress blogs to online stores and more. You don’t need to know Linux to use Linux Hosting and You can use cPanel to manage your Linux Hosting account and websites in any web browser.
So why should I pick Windows Hosting? Windows Hosting also supports just about everything most people need or want in their websites. You must use Windows Hosting if you need or want to use MS-SQL databases, ASP.NET, or .NET Core on your website. These all require Windows OS running on your server. You use Plesk to manage your Windows Hosting account and websites in any web browser.
Note: Check with your web developer to make sure, but if you don’t have a developer or you’re just not sure what MS-SQL, ASP.NET and .NET Core are… go with Linux Hosting.
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