For example, I've been with the same ISP since around 1992 when I first got on the net. Longer than some of you have been around. Hey, I started off even before THAT, in the late 80's, with these things called "echoes", when the internet was still a DARPA project, I guess. We had BBS forums, where modems would pass messages around in the wee hours, by phone. All using MSDOS.
Anyway, this ISP I'm with charges me $20 a month for email and they used to host a few domains for me, but then started getting cranky about it, after they made the big time and started doing their own fiber and phone services downtown. So now, if I want more than one domain, they want $20 a MONTH instead of just the $20 a year they used to get, per domain, as a host. NO cloud, and I don't think they have that thing called keep alive, or stay awake or something like that, which makes faster connections to my little home business site.
So email and 1 domain now, for $20 a month. I THINK Comcast handles my web connections with their 25 MBPS broadband that we use for phone and streaming? Or does my ISP handle that too?
I've been tempted to switch to Hostgator but they're so weird to deal with, re the technical stuff. But they're more generous with domain hosting.
So anyway, tell me about how S-Drive can fit into all this. I'm a former Electronics Research & Development Technician with an ASEET ( Associate in Science in Electronics Engineering Technology - 1969 ), and have maintained my own PC, my sister's PC here and my own home wifi, so I'm a little tech savvy anyway.
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