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How Cloud Servers Make Telecommuting Easier

Adnan Raja May 30, 2013 by under Cloud Hosting, Marketing 0 Comments

In this day and age, workers are telecommuting more than ever. Telecommuting allows employees to work from home, but nothing quite matches the ability of being able to look your co-workers in the eye as you brainstorm on the latest project. Cloud servers, as well as other cloud technologies, are helping to eliminate the line between the office and home to make telecommuting as seamless as ever.

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Is Vulnerability in the Cloud Still an Issue?

If you watch the news at all, it really does seem like the world is full of hackers who are prowling throughout the Internet, looking for your passwords and other sensitive information in order to disrupt your everyday life for their personal gain. Especially since technologies such as the cloud are on the rise, can anything—or anyone—be considered safe on the Internet?

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From Storage Closet to Data Center: Transitioning to the Cloud (A True Story)

Eddie April 18, 2013 by under Cloud Hosting, Dedicated Hosting 0 Comments

It really is true – the most successful businesses often have surprisingly humble beginnings. Take, for instance, the Buckley Jolley Real Estate Team based in Livingston County, Michigan. The 10-employee business relied on Chris Jolley, the tech-savvy son of co-owner Karen Jolley, to maintain the company server and perform nightly backups of the data. When Chris Jolley decided to leave the company, his final task was to find his replacement.

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Spotlight on cPanel

Joel March 21, 2013 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

cPanel is a Unix-based web hosting control panel that provides a graphical user interface (GUI) and automation tools to simplify the website hosting process. cPanel provides various mechanisms that allow administrators, resellers and website owners to control various back-end aspects of website and server administration through a standard web browser such as Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer.

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Advantages of Managed Cloud Server Hosting for Small Businesses

Joel February 28, 2013 by under Cloud Hosting, Dedicated Hosting 0 Comments

If you own and/or operate a small business, you know that having a web presence is essential, but maintaining it can put a lot on your plate.  Sometimes it is simply better to outsource a task like server management to a cloud server hosting provider and let the experts do their job to help your business.  If your company is considering a managed hosting solution, consider the following benefits this service can offer:

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Hosting Your Web Application in the Cloud

Eddie February 19, 2013 by under Cloud Hosting, Dedicated Hosting 0 Comments

A web application is a program that can be accessed by users over the Internet.  These applications are coded in a browser-supported programming language such as Ruby on Rails and can be accessed through browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer.  Web applications come in a multitude of varieties with an even wider range of purposes, from WordPress to e-commerce software.

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Website Hosting for e-Commerce Sites

Glenn January 21, 2013 by under Cloud Hosting, Dedicated Hosting 0 Comments

With the increase of credit and debit card usage, as well as the increased confidence in online buying, the e-commerce industry has been trending over the past few years.  E -commerce is a term for any type of business transaction involving the transfer of information across the Internet.  It covers a wide range of different types of businesses from consumer-based retail sites to businesses exchanging goods and services online.

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How Can Enterprises Benefit from On-Demand Computing?

Adnan Raja January 15, 2013 by under Cloud Hosting, Marketing 0 Comments

On-demand computing is quickly becoming a very popular enterprise computing model, but what exactly does on-demand computing mean?  On-demand computing is a business computing model in which computing resources are made available to the user on an “as needed” basis.  Rather than all at once, on-demand computing allows cloud hosting companies to provide their clients with access to computing resources as they become necessary.

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