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GlowHost A Top 10 Dedicated Server Host

Top 10 Dedicated Server Host

Yay, we did it again! I received this in my mailbox a few days ago…we got the #2 spot in the Top 10 Dedicated Server category, beating out such industry names as GoDaddy, Rackspace and 1&1 to name a few.  Here’s what they had to say:

Top 10 Dedicated Server Host

GlowHost has been selected by the HostReview’s editorial staff to be one of the Top 10 Hosts in the Best Dedicated Server category for April 2016. In fact, GlowHost came in 2nd place of all dedicated providers. Our staff closely monitors a variety of factors to determine the companies that we will recommend to our readers. The Top 10 Web Hosting Awards are based on the overall product offering, value, customer service and users’ reviews of the selected companies. We have included GlowHost in the Top 10 lists this month because of both recent developments at your company and well-earned reputation for quality.

I hate to toot my own horn (actually I really don’t) but, we’ve been hard at it in 2016 already earning several other 3rd party awards. In February and March we were named the Editor’s Choice for…

Business Hosting and Shared Hosting

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They even sent us this nice little graphic so we could brag about it if we wanted, and I definitely did want to brag about it, so here it is:

Editor's Choice Business Hosting

Editor’s Choice Business Hosting

Excellent job to our special team of incredibly talented server craftsmen and women, and thanks to our loyal customers many of who have been with us since we opened the virtual doors in 2002.

What Is High Availability Hosting? How GlowHost Uses High Redundancy Networks To Keep Your Business Online

When choosing a web host, there’s a lot to take into consideration. Do you need shared hosting, a virtual private server (VPS) hosting plan, or a fully-fledged dedicated server? Perhaps you are about to launch your business into “the cloud” with a cloud hosting service? Whatever kind of hosting you are looking for, one thing is for sure – your website is no good to anybody if it is inaccessible or offline.

Increasingly, web hosting providers make claims to offer so-called high availability, introducing service level agreements (SLAs) to guarantee that your web presence is consistently online. But what does high availability really mean? And if a web host promises high availability, high redundancy hosting, what is the tangible impact of this on your capability to serve customers?

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