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When it comes to hosting get advise from everyone you know.
I switched hosting companies and have remained loyal to my hosting provider for 10 years.
Last year there was a security breach and one of my sites was spammed, and my files were corrupted. My hosting company advised that I needed to purchase security to guard against viruses and the like. I reloaded my files and bookmarked their comments. Why should I pay for security when they are entrusted with my sensitive data on their servers?
Last week, one of my developers tried to load a site onto my VPS server but he could not as the servers were set Centos 5.11 and it required an upgrade to Centos 6+. My hosting provider advised that I would have to purchase a new VPS subscription to accommodate Centos 6+ and there was no guarantee that I would be refunded. I paid for an entire year and they want me to subscribe to a new service? I talked to other hosting companies and they advised that they provided an upgrade to their clients or switched their clients to a new server that was Centos 6+ ready.
I am changing hosting companies based on advice from business associates but I thought everyone should know about the potential perils, and that everyone should consult with as many people as possible before commiting to a hosting service.
I am not mentioning the new service provider as the choice is simply yours to make, just be cautious.
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Jonathan Griffin. Editor at The Webmaster.
Jonathan Griffin has been the Lead writer at The Webmaster for the last 5 years. Having provided technical SEO, WordPresss development, and hosting services for clients, his passion remains to help small businesses and bloggers develop their online presence.
In his spare time, he loves to push his technical knowledge further, and regularly undertakes professional courses on subjects ranging from python development, digital marketing, and Google Analytics.