Author: Kent Roberts

The Entrepreneurial Era of Cloud Computing

Kent Roberts December 4, 2014 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

This piece suggests a Linux Cloud Hosting VPS (virtual private server) in order to accelerate your company with cloud computing. However, what’s really exciting about the cloud is not specific solutions but the way in which its speed and agility will change all of our lives, so we will explore that topic as well. Here’s our basic outline:

  • Introduction: Scope of the cloud
  • Wall Street Journal: The entrepreneurial era
  • Atlantic.Net: Linux VPS hosting in the cloud.

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You Have a Supercomputer in Your Hand

Kent Roberts December 1, 2014 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

This article recommends a cPanel Cloud Hosting plan to meet your cloud computing needs and have full control of your server environment. First, though, we explore broad cloud technology impact on our lives, through the following sections:

  • Introduction: Where the cloud is headed
  • Wall Street Journal: You have a supercomputer in your hand
  • Atlantic.Net: cPanel cloud VPS hosting.

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What Can You Do with a 256 MB Cloud VPS for $0.99?

Kent Roberts November 3, 2014 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

This plan is no longer available as of April 7, 2015

You may think that ninety-nine cents won’t get you far these days. After all, it would only get you about a third a gallon of gas, enough to drive 10 miles in a 2014 Nissan Sentra. It can get you further than you’d think, though, on the web. Since cloud servers are so incredibly efficient, they’ve made it possible for us to create small, 99-cent/month Cloud VPS solutions.

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The Rise of the 3D Printer: Hype or Revolution?

Kent Roberts September 25, 2014 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

Electric self-driving cars, Suborbital space flights, cloud computing, content delivery networks, and 3-D printing. All of these tech concepts were seen as extraordinarily innovative when they were first introduced to a mass audience. Although some so-called “new” technologies have actually been in development by various parties for years, once they start to go mainstream, we are easily skeptical: “Is this really as huge as the public and the press want to think it is,” we wonder, “or is it just hype?”

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A Brief History of Linux/Open Source Distributions

Kent Roberts September 16, 2014 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

Like Windows or iOS, Linux is an operating system. As such, it serves as an interface between a computer’s hardware and the applications operating on it. Unlike the aforementioned competitors (proprietary software created by Microsoft and Apple), Linux is free and open source. It was created using a kernel developed by Linus Torvalds while he was attending the University of Helsinki in Finland.

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