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    VPS or Dedicated

    i have a small business and will remain to keep my company small; stay with VPS or go with a dedicated server?
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    Get vps or hybrid server check my signature for best providers.

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    ahan... i will check__________________________________

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    Do not move to the dedicated server if you do not need to.
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    Sounds at present a vps will suffice, you can upgrade to dedicated later if needed.

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    I assume you will need to change web hosting service provider for the VPS and you do not need to have dedicated server.
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    Why are you thinking to move is the main point? VPS is a type of a server which is as good as a dedicated server for small business. Stick to it
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    I agree if your needs are being fullfilled by a VPS then stick to it rather than going for a dedi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wade View Post
    I agree if your needs are being fullfilled by a VPS then stick to it rather than going for a dedi.
    Sometimes that might happen VPS and dedicated server could be on the same price
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    A VPS will most likely fit your needs very well. You can also get very powerful VPS systems now adays if needed.

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    depends on what you want to offer to your client...dedicated you can have full resources
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff-ay View Post
    depends on what you want to offer to your client...dedicated you can have full resources
    The same with VPS - yopu will get all what you paid for
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    VPS or Dedicated

    Either would server you well, it would be cheaper just to get a low end dedicated server rather than a high end VPS.

    Just remember that if you are not capable of managing your VPS or dedicated server, purchase a managed package.

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    Lets start by asking what is your requirements, and why do you need them. Just because you have a small business is not answer enough to know which would be the best choice for you.

    1.) What are you needing a VPS / Dedicated for? What is it that your trying to do online?
    2.) Do you have any size requirements / limitations? Hard drive space, bandwidth, cpu needs?
    3.) Budget?

    Really you should answer those questions instead of just blindly accepting a answer based on nothing but you being a small business, now what I mean?
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    charlier I believe they are good and right questions in here '
    All what you need just to tell us what was your previous solution and according that we will make our own suggestions
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