With today’s tight economy, there is no company that can afford to be wasteful. In fact, the whole idea of running large companies like small ones to take advantage of flexibility AND strength started with Jack Welch and GE back in the ‘80s. Even though GE was one of the most profitable companies in the world at the time, Welch knew that GE had to change if it wanted to keep its top standing. Neutron Jack dismantled those parts of the company that weren’t and could not become number one or two in their fields, and he fired thousands of employees, so every department had to do more with less. For companies today, the lesson that needs to be learned is how to do more with less, and when you have less space, you may need to have VPS Cloud Hosting.
From popular perspective, running a website seems to mostly involve rapid typing, Mountain Dew, and hours and hours spent in a dark basement full of wires. And while that may have described the early years of the Internet, web development now takes place in normal, perhaps even hyper-normal, work environments. And, more importantly, knowing how to write code is not as important as it used to be; there are plenty of services that have accessible and easy front-ends of things like blogs, business pages, and data storage. In fact, you can run a successful blog without even once touching HTML (although it is much better if you do!). The point is that, when you are considering building a website, there are many, many things to worry about above your Java or HTML know-how. One of those things is what kind of hosting to choose, and this article will go over the benefits of VPS cloud hosting.