Hey guys, this is my first post on the forums here. Thanks for your help with this matter!
We are working with a client that is a medium-sized political campaign, and we are developing a website for them as well as a PHP/MySQL backend for their campaign. We are looking into where we should order a dedicated server from that will best suit their needs.
We want something with decent specs, probably at least an upper-2 GHz Pentium 4 with at least 1 GB of RAM and at least 40 GB HD. One of our concerns is data backup, and we'd like to find a company that will automatically backup our data for us (even if it costs an additional fee).
The budget is between $150 and $200 a month. Any suggestions? Thanks again!
Keep in mind that these kind of sites are favorite hack-targets. And a succeeded hack could cause a lot of damage. Just something you might want to keep in mind when deciding on buying managed services
softlayer with their business continuance insurenace option for $5/month might be good ( meaning you will not be charged for bandwidth overusage which results from an external network attack )
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