Fixed IP lets you host your own websites and FTP servers, allowing you to do more with less risks of downtime.
Why Fixed IP?
With a fixed IP address you can access your PC no matter where you are in the world. Using programs such as Remote Administrator and PC Anywhere you can log into your work PC no matter where you are.
Running your own website - Installing web server software on your PC allows you to set up your own website and can save you money if you need one for your business.
Emails direct to your PC
Using a static IP address also lets you get rid of your personal email account (e.g.: Gmail or Yahoo!) and set up your own email address with your choice of domain name. Again, this is especially useful if you run a small business. You need to install separate mail server software to do this, but there are free ones available.
Running an FTP server
File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is an efficient and reliable way to transfer data from one computer to another. Again, specific software must be installed in order for you to set up an FTP site, but this is easy to do and free software is available. You might want to use an FTP site to share files, such as photos, to enhance your business. Either way, once you’ve set up the site, clients just need to log in to access, edit or uploads files.
Each time a dynamic IP address refreshes you run the risk of downtime from the server. While this is usually only for a very short time, it can affect your business. Having a static address eliminates this risk.
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