Remote Desktop Service for Cloud VPS Users – A Real World Scenario with RDP Tips

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Often businesses that set up virtual private servers (VPSs) want to use remote desktop protocol (RDP) to access the server from a PC or other device. This tactic allows them to interact with the Windows operating system installed on the VPS. The speed and security with which remote connection can be accomplished are enhanced using a cloud service from a trusted provider.

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Is Windows Server VPS Right for You? A Look at a Cost-Effective Alternative to Dedicated Servers

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Many businesses are too sophisticated and have reliability needs that go beyond shared hosting but want to cut the costs associated with a dedicated machine. For these organizations, a virtual private server (VPS) is the right choice. Many of these businesses also want a Windows environment, rather than Linux, for their back end. The best option to meet those needs is a VPS running on Windows Server 2012 R2.

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Why the Days of VMware Are Over: Multiple Benefits from Hyper-V Case Studies, and Free Alternatives (Comic)

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VMware has been dominant in the world of virtualization for years. However, competitors have been gradually chipping away at its lead among hypervisors. Between 2008 and 2013, Vmware has lost 8% of its market share to Microsoft Hyper-V (dropping from 64% to 56%, while Hyper-V advanced from 20% to 28%).

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Healthcare IT – A Decision Maker’s Guide to Cloud Computing and Managed Server Hosting

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This document explains the difference between dedicated, virtual, public cloud, and private cloud hosting environments; along with essential information that healthcare professionals may require.

We introduce the concept of virtualization, its many benefits, and the reasons why it effectively contends with dedicated hosting services. Virtualization has created new possibilities and opportunities for the healthcare segment of technology. Healthcare IT professionals specializing in virtualization technologies have recently found more attractive and lucrative opportunities, especially with the new Healthcare Reform and healthcare IT initiatives introduced during the Obama administration.

Virtualization is the technology behind cloud computing, and it makes a vast pool of network resources a genuine possibility.

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Dedicated Servers versus Virtual Private Servers

Choosing VPS vs. dedicated: different methods for your global reach.

Choosing VPS vs. dedicated: different methods for your global reach.

Dedicated servers and virtual private servers (VPSs) are two common hosting options for those companies too large or complex for shared hosting. Hosting clients typically wonder about the limitations of a VPS and whether it is worth the reduced cost to choose server virtualization over a dedicated server. Let’s briefly review exactly what makes a server virtual or dedicated before surveying a few basic differences.

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Is It Possible To Make Cloud Computing Less Cloudy?

We need to articulate ourselves well when we discuss cloud computing. The user community without the correct understanding of cloud will assume there is a lot of jargon thrown out there: Public Cloud / Private Cloud / Virtualization etc.

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Networks: The Backbone of the Cloud

Consider the concept of airplanes for just one moment. Millions of people fly to newdestinations every day thanks to massively complicated machinery, but who can you really thank for getting you to Orlando from Alabama in less than two hours? The pilots! Just as pilots are the ones responsible for helping you reach your destination,the network behind cloud computing serves as the backbone for that makes such technology possible.

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What Can I Use My VPS For?

A VPS is created by taking one massive server and partitioning it into several independent servers. Virtualization layers are then created to make sure each virtual environment appears as a standalone server with the ability to run its own OS and applications. Many people are discovering now that a VPS is actually very versatile and can be used for many things beyond traditional hosting. Here are just a few examples to get you thinking of how you can use your VPS:

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