The term "disk space" is sometimes labeled as "disk quota" or "data storage", however all these terms refer to the exact same thing - the volume of data that you can upload to a website hosting account. The full size of the things you have is calculated by accumulating the space taken by all the content in your account, the most obvious being the data files that you upload. Two other things are frequently ignored by the majority of people, though - e-mails along with databases. Large attachments and databases of large script-driven sites can sometimes take a lot of disk space as well. In order to use a more familiar analogy, the hard drive space of your home computer is taken not just by files that you download, but also by docs you make together with software programs you install. In the same way, many things are counted for the disk space that your info needs on a web hosting server, not just the uploads.

Disk Space in Website Hosting

Our website hosting packages were developed with the idea that not sufficient hard disk space shouldn't be something that will prevent the growth of your websites. For that reason we have applied an approach which is not the same as the one that most hosting companies take - instead of making a number of accounts using one server and subsequently not having enough storage space, we work with a cloud hosting platform where the storage is taken care of by an entire collection of servers. Because of this, we can easily install more machines whenever they're required and more HDDs, so as to offer extra disk space for the files of our clients. Separate clusters manage the e-mails as well as your databases, therefore not only are you able to develop your websites without worrying about hdd space, but also all the servers will function better and faster since each and every service does have its space and a single server doesn't handle different kinds of files.