You may want to use “external”/online storage to host personal videos or important data that you want to have backups of, or perhaps you have videos you don’t want to host on YouTube/Vimeo for different reasons, that’s where Storage Hosting comes in mind.
A remote desktop hosting stores all your information and files on a data center server. Your data will not occupy your PC, laptop, or similar hardware. Instead, you can find it on a host computer. You can imagine this server as a space you “rent” on the Internet. It’s on the cloud, so you will be able to assess your data from anywhere, at any time.
Today, more than ever, people understand and appreciate the value of online safety and privacy. At this point, I can mention the website owners or bloggers posting sensitive information.
It’s the 21st century, and no doubt, we have the freedom of speech. Still, there are many ways to track who is hosting a website, such as the domain registration record WHOIS, IP addresses, payment methods, or plugins.
Currently, the market offers a wide diversity of web hosting providers. In general, shared hosting is the cheapest option, starting at an average of $2.50 per month. On the other side of the spectrum, we can find dedicated hosting, as the most expensive kind, costing an average minimum of $80.
No doubt, there are many options in between. And if you are in it for a while, you might decide to spend over $500 per month on a web hosting provider. Still, this doesn’t make sense for most companies.
In some instances, there is no point in going for the pricey web hosting providers. Luckily, there is an alternative, dollar hosting.
Web hosting companies continually add new features to their offers, such as bitcoin payments.
Even though I can’t say for sure, there are approximately one million bitcoin users worldwide. So, it’s only natural for web hosting providers to prioritize credit cards and PayPal paying methods. In turn, this leads to a tiny percentage of web hosting companies allowing for bitcoin payments.