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Most large companies need to connect to the web round the clock so that they can send mails or any other sorts of files to each other. It has become an unavoidable part of work.  As a result, a web hosting company is very important. There are several types of web hosting services available to the people. These are as follows:

Free services; as the name suggests this is free of charge and various companies offer free web hosting services. However, these come with limited services are and sometimes with advertisements. These have much less to offer than the paid services.

Shared services: In this system, one website is on the same server as many other websites. This can range from a few hundreds to a few thousand. Typically it has been seen that these websites server resource which can be the RAM or the CPU. The features in this type of system are quite good.

Reseller: this web hosting system enables the users to become web host themselves. It can function for individual domains and on any combination of hosting services. Also the resellers account many vary n their size greatly.

Virtual dedicated server: this web hosting service is virtual private server that you can also call VPS. It dives the resources available into virtual servers where they allocated in such a way that ii does not directly reflect the hardware present. The company can base the allocation on one service to many VPS relationship. The users will also have root access to their main virtual space.

Managed hosting service: in this web hosting service, the user can get his or her very own web server. However, in spite of users do not have full control over their website. Here the users have a control so that the users cannot change the configuration.


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