Kirkcaldy, UK -- (ReleaseWire) -- 10/09/2015 -- Recent reports have highlighted an interesting shift in the world of website hosting. Google has announced that its basic website hosting service, through Google Drive, will be slowly depreciated and then turned off on the 31st August 2016. The web hosting feature is perhaps a lesser-known feature of Google Drive, and has allowed some more simple websites to take-off. However, that Google is reducing and then terminating this service could highlight that websites are increasingly opting for more advanced hosting services; ultimately what a site needs to strive forward on the internet.
Users of Google's simple hosting service therefore have one year to benefit from this facility, which was launched three years ago. Hosting is an essential process which allows sites to be accessible through the World Wide Web, and in itself offers a number of services. It could be seen that Google's free provisions are too basic for the complex demands of many people wanting to launch an online presence. After all, the provisions of a free web hosting package are typically limited, when compared to paid hosting.
Google's news after all comes at a time of ever-increasing popularity in paid hosting. Packages are available this way, including shared and managed hosting provisions, which place websites on accessible servers. A prime example of a company providing this service is UKHost4U, a web hosting provider with many years of experience in the area.
Their team of experts frequently reflects on industry news and a spokesperson had this to say:
"The decline of Google's free hosting emphasizes the rise of quality aid hosting vas a much secure choice for being online. This is a benefit we are passionate to offer here at UKHost4U and you can visit our site to find out more information."
Company name: UKHost4U
Tel: 0131 5100 261
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