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Which Host Fits Best

By MacDonnell Ulsch III  |  Posted 05-01-2001 Print
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Which Host Fits Best?

Mom and Pop

  • Small businesses catering to small businesses
  • Inexpensive
  • Self-funded, reliant on cash flow and bank credit
  • Reliability, security and disaster recovery can be low priorities

Mainstream

  • The most common type of hosting firm
  • Targets mid-size to large corporate clients
  • Some are venture-financed; revenues vary widely
  • Security varies from weak to strong
  • Possibly a viable option, but check carefully

Specialty



 

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