Originally Posted by PeteCCS
VPS, why ? Because even if a dedi is better regarding performance, it will cost you more time, more money, and you will have less tools to work on.
I am not making VPS apolgy i am just aguing that if you're asking the question you should go for a vps.
There is only one problem, you will share ressources with other customers.
To prevent this situation you could ask for a private host but we go agin into investment issue. But following your last reply that could be a god idea.
My idea is to use the server only for my clients,
Server is that we currently
Dual Intel XEON E5-2603
4X 2TB SSD RAID 10
And we were thinking Divide into 4 VPS Hosting Plans Our 03 for and one that is for our mail server.
Not such a good idea that is this.