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PHOENIX, AZ, January 25, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/ -- When it comes to hosting a company website, there is little room for error or downtime of any sort, which is why ProlimeHost has decided to offer its customers nothing less than a 99.99% uptime rate when websites are hosted with them.
Any business, regardless of the size, that experiences unnecessary downtime on its website will undoubtedly experience a drop in site traffic not to mention a loss of trust from their core audience. This will ultimately result in a loss of sales and profits. As a result, it is imperative to ensure that a website host and server provider is able to provide the highest level of uptime possible before signing a contract with them.
While no server company can guarantee a 100% uptime, ProlimeHost, a dedicated server provider, has certainly done its absolute best to ensure that its customers are not inconvenienced through having their websites offline any longer than is absolutely necessary. The company has also taken the additional step of ensuring that it has a dedicated 24/7 team that is just a phone call away to help customers deal with any queries they may have regarding their server or website hosting.
ProlimeHost is also one of a few companies that is able to provide both Windows and Linux hosting solutions, which ensures that customers can choose the option that works best for them. Anyone who would like to find out more about the services that ProlimeHost provides can do so by visiting the company website: http://www.prolimehost.com/
About Author: At Prolimehost, we believe the key to the best business relationships is a thorough understanding of customer needs, priorities and expectations. We always strive to deliver the latest products and state-of-the-art technologies that meet the ever-changing requirements of our customers.Our scalable infrastructure powers millions of sites and internet-enabled applications, including e-commerce and SaaS providers. Clients include innovators in the financial and health care industries, large enterprises, and more than half of the U.S. government cabinet-level departments.
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