Pennsylvania Web Hosting

Pennsylvania Web Hosting
posted by Melanie S on January 31, 2019

From the Liberty Bell to Crayola, Pennsylvania is home to many pillars of American spirit and ingenuity. Therefore, to survive in Pennsylvania, a business has to bring it’s A-game every single day. Fresh Roasted Hosting is proud to call Pennsylvania home. Culture influences everything in this state, including business. Fresh Roasted Hosting… Read More


Reliable Uptime: Why It Matters

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posted by Melanie S on January 16, 2019

The Flurry Analytics State of Mobile report for 2017 showed that Americans are using their smartphones more than ever. They found that Americans spend an average of 5 hours a day browsing the internet. As a result, reliable hosting services and consistent uptime are essential for any business using the internet for… Read More


Why Choose Semi-Dedicated Hosting

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posted by Melanie S on December 27, 2018

Typically, the way that you start up a website is that you buy a domain name. Then, you find someone to host your website, and you get to work creating and posting it. There are three different types of hosting platforms that you can choose from, a semi-dedicated hosting server, a dedicated… Read More


Top Five Signs of an Excellent Network

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posted by Melanie S on December 12, 2018

Looking for the best hosting network? Finding your ideal network can feel like finding your regular coffee shop. You can choose one of the mass-produced options that you’ll find on every corner, but those won’t give you the best. Sure, you’ll find them easily, but what about quality? When you look for… Read More


How Website Downtime Can Harm Your Company

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posted by Melanie S on November 28, 2018

For most industries, a website is like the front door to your organization. If the doors are locked, there is no way to provide your customers with service. The same is true of website downtime. If your website is offline and not working, then you are losing out on people potentially finding… Read More


Get the Flexibility You Need from a Virtual Private Server

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posted by Melanie S on November 14, 2018

Have you ever thought about using a virtual private server? Maybe a dedicated server seems like a big step, but shared hosting won’t quite work for you either. If that sounds like your current situation, a virtual private server (VPS) may be the right choice for you and your business. Companies of… Read More


Do You Need a Dedicated Server?

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posted by Melanie S on October 31, 2018

How do you know if you need a dedicated server? A lot of businesses can thrive on other options such as shared or semi-dedicated hosting. However, some businesses need a bit extra. For those businesses, a dedicated server, which can provide exclusive service to single businesses, work wonderfully. Like a shot of… Read More


Benefits of Colocation Services

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posted by Melanie S on October 17, 2018

When you are growing rapidly as an organization, it is difficult to scale your IT infrastructure at the same rate. Colocation is the answer to your needs wherein you can deploy your servers within a managed facility. Instead of trying to expand and keeping your equipment in-house, you now have the advantage… Read More


Shared, Semi-Dedicated, and Reseller: What’s the Difference?

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posted by Melanie S on October 3, 2018

Ready to choose your ideal type of business hosting? It’s definitely a big decision, and we understand that you want to make the best choice for your site. Since every business is different, every business will have different hosting needs. At Fresh Roasted Hosting, we’ve crafted several different server options to help… Read More


Why Choose a Virtual Server?

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posted by Melanie S on September 19, 2018

When looking through your server possibilities, you’ve probably stumbled across the idea of virtual servers. But what is a virtual server? A virtual server, or virtual private server (VPS) is an alternative to in-house hosting. Instead of storing your hosting equipment yourself, you’ll get access from an offsite server. A lot of… Read More