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Businesses everywhere are more online than they have ever been and that is only going to increase as time goes on. We are in an online and technical age. We all understand that as time moves forward we will only move even further into the digital space.
Of course, with more people online that also means there are more threats online. Predators seeking out ways to steal information and one of their usual targets are unsecured websites.
Most websites and hosting providers take measures to follow basic security so someone can’t just go in to the back end of your website and start taking valuable information, but that is the same as how your home comes with a lock and key. As long as you make sure to lock your door then you should be okay, but what about when someone is actively trying to break in knowing there is going to be that lock and key? What is your defense then?
Just like how many of us take the steps necessary to secure our house we should also be constantly looking to secure our website. Especially when it’s an essential part of your business structure. Many websites are holding valuable information like payment methods, addresses, names, and contact information. This information can be stolen and is largely what hackers are after.
One of the best ways to keep your website safe from potential hackers and other malicious minded visitors is to put it on a secure server. This where VPS hosting can be extremely valuable to you and your website.
With VPS hosting you are receiving more than just your own dedicated server. You will also be receiving benefits such as:
These all factor into the overall security of your website in some way, but at the end of the day it really comes down to that server belonging to you. There is no one you are being forced to share that space with. It is entirely yours.
If you want to know more about our VPS hosting options then go ahead and give us a call at 800-797-4524 or you can send an email to email@example.com. Our award winning customer support team will assist you in any way they can.
Still not sold on VPS hosting? Allow us to explain a little further on what it is that keeps your site so secure.
Imagine your hosting platform as an apartment and you live with three roommates. The two roommates and yourself are both very consistent about locking the door when you leave. You follow all procedures and never do anything that could put the apartment in jeopardy.
Then you have a fourth roommate. They frequently will invite people over with no mention to anyone else and that fourth roommate never locks the place up when they’re the last one to leave. They are constantly putting the apartment at risk.
This analogy can be used to describe what it’s like when you have a website on a shared hosting platform. If you’re using a shared hosting platform then your website is not alone. It is sharing that server space with others.
A shared hosting platform has perks of its own, but it requires you to put your trust in others. If someone else on the server is not being secure with their website then a hacker could get into the server and therefore steal the information from your website as well as anyone else’s on that server space.
Want to learn more?
If you want to learn more about the differences between a shared hosting platform and a more dedicated one like a VPS hosted website then check out our page where we compare the pros and cons between the two.
VPS Hosting is a more secure way to host your website. It ensures that your website belongs to you and only you and this of course comes with the extra security measures that already exist through Power Surge. We ensure that any website that works with us is kept safe through our security measures.
If you have any questions about what we do to make sure that all our VPS Hosted websites are secure then give us a call at 800-797-4524 or you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.