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There was a time, not too long ago, when those choosing Unix- or Linux-based web servers had to understand kernels, secure shell and command line in order to manage their websites, or pay someone to manage the sites for them.
There comes a time amidst the growth of many small, web-based businesses when so-called “critical mass” is reached and plans must be made for the future of the company. This concept applies to nearly every aspect of business operations, from the hiring of employees to managing payroll, customer service and company facilities. Before any of those occur, however, a true “e-business” will typically find itself graduating from a mere hosting account to a more “robust” dedicated server.
Like many web hosting companies, LetsHost has offered a full-service reseller program from the very beginning. But unlike most web hosting companies, LetsHost takes its reseller program very seriously. We work closely with our resellers to ensure that they are comfortable with their account control panel – or Web Host Manager – and that they are able to properly serve their client base.
Please note we have launched our dedicated Letshost support and FAQ section here.
In the current global financial climate of recession fears and general turmoil, your website may be one of your best tools for maintaining some financial stability and a steady stream of income.
E-mail is probably the most essential communications tool used by companies and online businesses around the world. Apart from the convenience of e-mail communications, they are also virtually free and immediate.
That’s a question that has several different answers and can be looked at from a few different perspectives. But in the interest of simplicity, let’s just take a quick look at some of the issues that you’ll be facing if you’re considering when or if you should commit to a dedicated server.
Ask the average person how many user names and passwords they have for various accounts, subscriptions, etc., and they’ll likely have to think for several moments before coming up with an answer. Even then they may omit a few of them unintentionally; such is the nature of modern life, where digital accounts are abundant and password protection is a standard.