3. Cloud hosting services come with security issues
There is one thing that business owners and customers fear the most when it comes to doing business online: Security. Customers fear to expose their information to hackers who can steal their hard earned cash or steal their identity. Business owners fear that if such a thing happens on their websites, the sites could lose reputation in a matter of days. Choosing a reputable cloud hosting provider is critical to eliminating those variables.
The problem with cloud hosting is that different cloud servers are stored in a single physical server, which means any website that has viruses or malware could affect other websites on the server. Also, if the cloud hosting provider doesn’t back up its servers, clients can lose their data if the server goes down. The good thing is that most cloud hosting providers have redundant backup systems that secure clients’ data in case the cloud hosting service goes down.