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| Posted: Jan 31, 2014 | Ends: 53d, 11h |
A client of ours is considering hosting its website internally. We are debating whether this is wise. The main rationale for internal hosting would be as follows: >The client uses recent versions of software (e.g., MS CRM 2011, MS Windows Server 2012 R2, ASP Dot Net 4.5, ASP, and IIS 6.2 (Build 9200)). The client has had some difficulty finding ISPs that install all of the software it requires for its website. >The client sometimes has a need to install additional DLLs onto the ISPs web server, and ISP tend to really dislike this. We are, of course, concerned about negative issues such as increased security exposures, lack of SLA/fault tolerance, reduced website access speed, additional cost, additional maintenance, etc. Therefore, we are looking for someone to advise us on the best course of action and, possibly, to lead us through the implementation process with the client. The website is ready to go live.
Category: Networking & Security