Cloud Services over Dedicated Server
People will usually measure the success of the company or the growth of the company on the number of servers that the company has. If the company has many or big servers then most likely that company has many customers and working employees to help operate the growing business. But if the company has only one server then we will have an impression that the company just started and that it needs brilliant minds to help it grow. But putting a dedicated server is way too costly even for a big shark companies. Expense over revenue must be put into consideration. The downside is, if the company will not readily expand their network, there is a chance of losing big numbers of customers. On the other side of the coin, if the demand will slow down, your servers will not be in used. Unused server might be set aside and unproductive.
Cloud services have the same function as your dedicated server. It even has a better leverage over the dedicated server. When the demands of your company grow, you need to shell out big amount of money to have your server set up. There is also possible lag and wait time while setting it up that may cause inconvenience to your customer. But with cloud hosting you can definitely save a lot of money and time. You can instantly add your servers in the “cloud” - it is done by remotely accessing it. You don’t need to have someone install it into your office and set it up for you. Now, if the demand of your company regresses, then you can also shrink the usage of servers needed, no unused dedicated server. Your company will be billed depending on how often you used the cloud and how many you need to operate your company.