Network connectivity defines two things - exactly how many people will be able to look at a certain website simultaneously and how fast they will be able to do that. When the connection capacity is lower, for instance, the maximum throughput may be hit with only a couple of visitors checking out the website, so newcomers will be unable gain access to the webpages, or in an alternative scenario, all visitors can have problems. In case the capacity is enough, but the hosting server access speed is lower, it shall take longer for any web page on the Internet site to load and this may lead to visitors simply closing the website, if they see that they have to wait for a minute or two just to browse a few web pages. In this light, in order to start and maintain a booming web presence, the server in which you host your Internet site should offer both excellent access speeds and high traffic capacity.