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“Human contact, reliability, and security” - One World Hosting Case Study

July 18, 2019 Liquid Web

One World Hosting Builds Thriving Business Based on Liquid Web Service and Support

One World Hosting needed the ability to provide secure, high-availability hosting to its customers, even through sudden traffic spikes. Liquid Web came through with responsive service One World can rely on.

One World Hosting uses Liquid Web as a hosting partner to lease dedicated servers. Chris Noble believes that as the web hosting business has matured that equipment specifications have become less of a difference.

”We offer standard shared web hosting, domain name service, email hosting to businesses and associations. At this point, all the major web hosting providers can accommodate the same technology needs. If you have a special need you have to make sure that your technology provider can meet that. It’s much more about the quality of service that they provide. It comes down to how much human contact you receive from the web hosting provider when you have technical problems or you need a custom solution,” he said.

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