Tucknologies is very excited and proud to announce our Strategic Partnership with Liquid Web. As part of the IT service's incubator program, Tucknologies has been blessed to work with the Lansing, MI headquarters. Liquid Web has always been a place for entrepreneurs to turn to for their hosting and services since they started in 1997. We have been using Liquid Web servers and hosting for years, and have recommended our clients use their services because of their impeccable customer service and support.
Liquid Web’s 24/7/365 Heroic Support® and 24 hour Proactive Sonar Monitoring service have been recognized as the best and most responsive in the industry time and time again, and is the reason we are excited to offer our clients the best hosting experience available.
Lansing is now one of the top connected cities in the country, much of it due to entrepreneurs and companies like Liquid Web and Tucknologies.
We're very excited about this program, which will allow us to produce better websites, mobile applications and custom software for our clients; with a piece of mind that only comes from a top-level enterprise host.
Contact Tucknologies Today to see how we can leverage these resources to accomplish your goals!
UPDATE: Liquid Web has published a blog about our inclusion in the Incubator program. Check it out:
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Tucknologies is very excited and proud to announce our Strategic Partnership with Liquid Web. As part of the IT service's incubator program, Tucknologies has been blessed to work with the Lansing, MI headquarters.
Once you have decided to make your new website, you have to decide where to host this beast. It’s not just a consideration of “well I should go with the place I bought the domain” though there is nothing wrong with that. It all depends on what you want out of your service. That’s where server considerations come in.
You need to think about costs, and growth. These are the two biggest variables that you have to realize when you plan what type of service you should use. Costs can range greatly from one provider to the other. Some of them are enterprise class, like Liquid Web, Google or Amazon Web Services. Some, are just fly-by-night operators...or big companies that really don't care for anything more than your wallet.
Anyone can do it. Search for the term “website hosting services” and you’ll get over 112,000,000 results. That’s because there is little to no regulation for hosting or ISPs in the United States. One of the few remaining “wild west” parts of the WWW. Your local coffee shop can be a host. You could, if you had the hardware.
But would you want to trust your business to that?