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The Future of Dedicated Hosting Delivery
By: Lorenzo Modesto
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    The Future of Dedicated Hosting Delivery

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    For all the hype, over the last few years an increasing number of businesses have started moving not just distribution but more important business processes online in earnest.The main reason this much anticipated migration has dragged its heels is that change takes time, and businesses going online are faced with hurdles of cost, complexity, resourcing, and marketing at every step of the process.

    The workhorse in terms of infrastructure of this fundamental change is hosting.

    As many businesses now know, hosting has a wide range of options in terms of cost and function, but it's the growth of Dedicated Hosting that has continued to gather momentum over recent years. The most interesting aspect of this growth is that indicators show that most businesses are at the bottom of the adoption curve and that the most aggressive growth is yet to come.

    => What customers want:-

    What customers have wanted, but more importantly needed, over the past years has changed considerably. As businesses become leaner and headcounts shrink, so priorities and their drivers have changed. So-called "Have-to-haves" or essential requirements are the issues ones getting any traction, relegating "Nice-to-haves" to the back-burner until they either become irrelevant or are escalated for other reasons.

    This phenomenon has seen companies spend less time, resources and money on their online presence than they might have.

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