A Virtual Private Server, or VPS as more commonly known, is a hosting environment in which you are the only one accessing the server’s allotted resources. Those resources are normally defined in the amount of ram, hard drive space and CPU’s you are guaranteed access to. One more common alternative to a VPS is a shared hosting solution. A VPS is typically more expensive than a shared hosting plan.
At first glance, coworking looks a little more expensive than renting a private office space in one of those space-for-rent buildings. Look closer, though, and the ROI of coworking beats office space...to a point. Kurt and Kenny discuss, and this week, things might get a little heated.