Thread: cPanel vs Plesk
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  Post #22 (permalink)   10-16-2017, 10:40 AM
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Originally Posted by Harv45 View Post
Although unlikely it still a change that a provider has to undergo. If they wish to remain in the active market.
Not necessarily. You're assuming their margins are so thin that such a price increase would break them. I'd venture to argue if their margins were that thin - they're not going to be around long either way.

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So if Cpanel takes a dump tomorrow, well that means providers whose are ready and willing to venture and put a change in place are the ones that will be able to withstand such.
Sure - and if the internet were to take a dump - what now? Are those providers also prepared to change to Internet V2? There are somethings that there are worth planning for and then others that are more than likely going to be a waste of time planning. It's all about risk and mitigating said risk.

That said Plesk is still Plesk - it hasn't gone anywhere it's just gotten more expensive. The company's financials will dictate whether increasing prices, shifting control panels, or doing nothing at all are what need to be done.

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It's just one of the risk factor that a provider has to consider.
Sure - and there are risks worth taking the time to attempt to mitigate and then risks that are so unlikely that taking the time to plan ahead for them doesn't make sense.
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