To help you decide which type of IP address is right for your business, here are the pros and cons of static vs. dynamic IP addresses.
If you’ve made the transition into life as an entrepreneur, don’t overlook the importance of your company’s internet strategy. One part of your IT strategy is your IP address infrastructure. Even non-techies have heard of IP addresses, but many don’t have a grasp on the specific types.
Static and dynamic are the two types of IP addresses. Chances are you know a little bit about each, but maybe you don’t know enough to choose an option you feel comfortable with. Although you can run a business on either, each has strengths and weaknesses. To help save you time, we’re breaking down the key differences between static IP and dynamic IP.