Renting a Server in Stockholm

If you’ve managed a business website for at least some time, it comes as no surprise that it’s generally better to rent a server in the area that your target audience is also in. Therefore, if your company is moving into the European market, you might need to find a good hosting provider there. Luckily, one of the best companies to provide hosting services has a VPS Sweden node. 

Hosting type of choice

For most business websites VPS is a recommended option due to its many benefits.

  1. You don’t have to worry about your site’s processing speed, even in the busiest hours.
  2. All of your data is safe and secure within independent storage.
  3. The server belongs to you – you can play and adjust it to your preferences.
  4. You get all of the resources you pay for and always can count on them without sharing with other users.

All of the above, paired with a comparatively low cost, make VPS hosting desirable.

What qualities should a good provider have?

Besides obvious 24/7 customer support, there are a few other features to look for in a potential provider.

  1. It must have a secure server facility, with highly restricted access and good climate control, that corresponds to the environmental standards of the EU.
  2. It must have power backups as well as an alternative information storage backup.
  3. Its services should be compatible with multiple platforms.

HostZealot hosting company has all of the above-mentioned qualities and then some, so it’s a great choice. It has a wide range of hosting plans, the cheapest being only €2.96 a month, and the most expensive € 59.36 for a whopping 8192MB RAM, 100GB SSD and other advanced features.

We recommend starting with 512MB RAM, 10GB SSD, and 1024GB bandwidth if you’re running a medium-sized website and then upgrade if needed. But no matter which hosting plan you choose, with VPS from HostZealot you can always rest assured that your server is well-maintained and you will get the technical support you need in the case of trouble.

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