Slowly loading pages, viruses, and problems with high traffic. Sound familiar? These are the most common server errors that are not just super annoying but can also be disastrous for your business. If clients are unable to access your website, they’ll quickly move on to one of your competitors, leaving you with a loss of revenue and a potentially damaged reputation.
Any downtime therefore is extremely expensive for your business. When it comes to your hosting provider, reliability of service is one of the most important factors to ensure business continuity. Therefore, if you’re experiencing server issues, it might be time to move on as downtime means your money is on the line.
What are the most common server issues?
Slow Page Loads
Loading, loading, loading… If a webpage doesn’t load in three seconds, over 50% of visitors abandon it and start looking at competitors. Therefore, every time your website is down, you’re losing money and potential clients. Numerous factors can contribute to slow page loading such as number of visitors, complicated forms, image rendering, videos that autoplay, or even the user’s own web browser.
Viruses, malware and cyber-attacks
Viruses, malware and cyber-attacks are a significant threat to servers, websites, and other internet resources.
Viruses or malware are pieces of malicious software that are geared towards exploiting vulnerabilities in existing hardware or software. Malware can cause websites to run slower, browsers to perform actions that the user did not approve or servers to be overloaded with requests due to page issues. A cyber-attack is any attempt to expose, alter, disable, destroy, steal or gain information through unauthorized access to or make unauthorized use of an asset.
Security is always a main concern, as business owners must keep themselves, the company, their employees and clients safe at all times.
Server overload is another huge pain point, especially when traffic starts to increase, which means that your website is getting attention. When high traffic to a website is sudden and unexpected, it can create a drain on the resources – especially when the server has a finite amount – and cause issues with functionality. When overload issues start to appear, this usually means that server resources or bandwidth are being pushed to their limit.
If any of these issues sounds a bit too familiar, you might want to consider changing your host provider. There are so many hosting companies in the marketplace right now that you shouldn’t ever feel like you’re stuck with your current host. A slow website that crashes too often and has security vulnerabilities is not what you want when you can have top speed, reliability, and security. And you don’t even have to worry about the migration process – it’s easier than you’d think.
Need a new provider?
At CanSpace Solutions, we’ll give you the speed, reliability and security you need. If you migrate your website to our servers, there will be no downtime – we’ll keep it running at lightning-fast speeds and with as close to 100% uptime as possible. Our data center is staffed 24/7, while the support staff is also available around the clock to help you with questions, issues and concerns. We’ve been in the business for more than 20 years, providing enterprise-level web hosting solutions to companies of all sizes.
Clients regularly switch to us due to performance issues with their previous providers and an absence of support. We value our clients and understand how important it is to have a reliable and fast-performing website for your business to be successful. Lastly, our servers are all powered by 100% green energy, so choosing CanSpace also means reducing your carbon footprint. As CanSpace is not one to let you down, all our web hosting packages are covered by a 30-day money back guarantee. Don’t lose any more money and potential clients, switch to CanSpace now!