3 Performance Benefits Of Managed Dedicated Servers

3 Performance Benefits Of Managed Dedicated Servers

The most common reason that business owners move to dedicated servers is for security and enhanced performance. A dedicated server hosted in the business or at a data center is exclusive to one tenant or client, eliminating concerns with peak performance, resource allocation, and the data’s security.

Purchasing and maintaining a server in-house is costly and time-consuming for the IT department. To work around this but still have the advantages of a private service, businesses choose managed dedicated server.

As the name implies, managed dedicated servers require the data center to maintain the operating system, hardware, and databases in a secure, private server. In addition to the security factors, there are at least three performance benefits to this solution.

24/7/365 Engineering and Tech Services

Data centers are staffed by technicians and engineers around the clock. Proactive monitoring of systems and complete lifecycle management increases uptime to 99.9% plus. This means seamless access to data, applications, and software running on the server.

Eliminate DDOS Issues

Distributed Denial of Service or DDOS is common on shared servers and on privately maintained servers. The constant monitoring and proactive prevention of this type of server flooding eliminates these issues.

Implement Advanced Technology

Staying on the cutting edge of technology is critical for a business to remain competitive in today’s global markets. By choosing managed dedicated servers, new technology can be integrated into the server as soon as it is available, eliminating performance gaps common with shared server hosting plans.

For questions on the benefits of managed dedicated servers for any business, talk to the experts at Web Werks. Details on our managed services can be found at www.webwerks.com.

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