2005/7/9, Niall O Broin <niall at linux.ie>:
> The EASIEST way is to contract with a company which does this, and will
> do everything for the organisation, soliciting input as necessary.
>> The CHEAPEST way is to get an account with some cheap hosting provider,
> register your domain, arrange for that domain to be served by your
> hosting provider, prepare your website's content, and transfer said
> content to the hosting provider.
>Niall knows what is he talking about (as usual).
A cheap hosting provider is your best option. You can a few euros (I
pay 10 euros/month for a multidomain hosting (up to 5 domains) 1GB,
MySQL PostgreSQL, SMTP, POP...).
Using a good provider you can cover your needs spending less than 40
or 50 euros/year.
For so small need it's no worth having their own server (who need
maintenance and eats electricity).
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