Bill Gates once said, “Like almost everyone who uses email, I receive a ton of spam every day. Much of it offers to help me get out of debt or get rich quick. It would be funny if it weren’t so exciting.”
All of us know when we see an offer too good to be true, but when it comes to the internet, we tend to believe it. When a new company offers us free web hosting, we don’t consider in what way we are paying for this. We all know we have to pay, but it doesn’t occur to us how we pay. Sometimes it’s easier to not consider the dangers of revealing the excessive amount of information we have to give to receive free web hosting or any other gift, or the wasted time we spend wading through spam letters because our name is on an immortalised list somewhere in the heart of the worldwide web.
Other times they offer us something for free in the hope we will purchase a product later. Often you will see this in anti-virus programs, scanning our computer for registry issues our previous defences didn’t find, but sometimes the product is simply no good at all. It may tell us it’s more than good enough, so we don’t bother looking for a reputable program.
At CWCS we give you the technical information you need to make the right decisions when you aim to employ dedicated server hosting. We explain the details and benefits of our web hosting services so you can independently verify them and ultimately believe in us.