Inerail Virtual Servers
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One of the biggest hassles in IT for small business is dealing with all the physical hardware or managing what can be overly expensive colocation agreements. What if there was an easier, more secure and cost effective way to make e-commerce work for your business? There is, using VPS technology on the Inerail Cloud.
What about the hardware?
One of the greatest features of cloud computing is that you don't need to worry about the physical parts breaking. Inerail runs several VMware clusters that offers high availability at all times. In the event of a hardware error on one of our physical servers, your virtual server is simply moved across the cloud to a working physical server automatically.
Pay for what you need, nothing more!
The Inerail Cloud offers scalability every step of the way, so you can always be sure you will pay for what you need, no more and no less. We are able to increase your server's RAM and processing power without needing to add new hardware, so if you need more, it's easily done. Alternatively, if you find yourself needing less then what you are currently paying for, your server can be adjusted to meet your needs. All of this equals more savings for your business.
Customization and Access
Do you already have an IT team? We would be happy to work with your current IT staff to ensure you can save money while having the access you need. Our technicians can offer direct and full access to your current IT staff through VMware's VSphere client, allowing them to have the same access and interface they would work with if you kept your servers in-house.
Give our sales team a call or request a quote here to get more details on our cloud hosting services and how you can use them to increase your productivity and cut costs today!
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