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A Broad View of Redundancy

Eddie July 26, 2013 by under Disaster Recovery 0 Comments

 

No one wants to be redundant in conversation, but everyone wants a redundant network. Redundancy allows your system to keep operating smoothly even if something goes wrong. By creating additional instances – through active-active or active-passive networking mechanisms – you can make your network more solid and less prone to being knocked offline due to failure. Redundancy of HLR, case: two HLRs, both are active. Every HLR uses half capacity for its own data and a half for backup of the second HLR.

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How Can Cloud Hosting Help SEO?

If you are at all familiar with the foundations of search engine optimization (SEO), you may be aware that hosting a website in the cloud provides benefits in the form of search engine rankings and online reputation. However, it is also important to understand exactly why this occurs and what other benefits hosting your website on a reliable and affordable cloud server provides for you and your business.

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Do You Know the Difference between a Gigabit and a Gigabyte?

Eddie March 29, 2013 by under HIPAA Compliant Hosting 0 Comments

Many people confuse the terms “gigabit” and “gigabyte” by either using them synonymously or confusing their meanings. While both are units of measurement describing digital data, how much they measure and how they are used are different. We explain these different meanings to define them clearly.

A Bit

A bit is the most basic unit used in computing and telecommunications. A bit is a binary unit, meaning it can have one of two values: a 1 or a 0. In computers, this value can indicate expressions such as “true” or “false,” “yes” or “no,” “come hither,” or “ain’t gonna happen.” (Just kidding with that last one!)

A Byte

A byte is 8 bits*. Werner Buchholz, an American computer scientist, coined the term “byte” in 1956 during the construction of the IBM Stretch computer. He deliberately spelled the term differently to avoid confusion with the term “bit.”

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VPS Hosting – Cheap VPS vs. Quality VPS

Eddie December 31, 2012 by under VPS Hosting 0 Comments

Your website is a valuable asset to your business, no matter the size of your company or the industry you are in.  Your website may be used to direct potential leads to a contact form, sell products online, or simply as a marketing tool to convey business presence online.  Whatever the purpose of your website, choose a hosting provider that can give you the hosting services you need at a price that your business can afford.

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What Exactly Does Uptime Mean in the Cloud Hosting Industry?

Eddie December 14, 2012 by under Disaster Recovery 0 Comments

What is uptime?

The dictionary definition of uptime constitutes the time during which a piece of equipment, such as a computer, is functioning or able to function.  In terms of cloud hosting, uptime is defined as the percentage of time that your server or website is active and able to function during the course of a year.  For example, if a Cloud Server has an uptime average of 99.5%, this means that for all but 1.83 days per year, you can expect that your website/server will remain active.

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