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Monday, March 12, 2012

Searching for a Dedicated Server

I know someone who uses Webzilla and he was a customer for a long time. He uses the Website in line with his IT job but, since he had another career, he passes it on to the new guy in the company. For so many years of using Webzilla, he never encountered major mishaps on the servers. He was happy and contented with the services of this company.Last Friday, our friends had bonding time and we discussed our life and career updates. We are typical friends who took life easy but seriously. One friend wanted an advice about his online business Websites and so; the IT experts have all the say for the night.

Our friend was actually searching for a dedicated server. As expected, a satisfied customer need no convincing, our friends started working on his Webzilla the next day. I called him the other day and so far, he was impressed with the high-quality Dell servers. He likes the individual approach and the flexible pricing. Of course, these features only depend upon the needs of the customers.

This company can solve any questions with traffic especially on the connection to multiple major providers. It has great capacity say, 1Gbps that is why, they are trusted by major internet businesses. The quality of service is phenomenal. Our friend was thankful that we hang out lastweek and was introduced about Webzilla.

1 comment:

  1. As a Dell employee, I think your blog on Dedicated Server is very informative. From what I understand about a dedicated server, it is a single computer on a web-hosting network that is leased or rented, and dedicated to just one customer.


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