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How to make a VPN

Adnan Raja June 11, 2013 by under Dedicated Hosting 0 Comments

Many companies use VPN’s or Virtual Private Networks that use gateways and secure servers in order to provide a more secure and private connection to the internet. If you want to be able to surf the internet without the prying eyes of your IP provider then check out the following websites.

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Being On Call… To Your Website?

Adnan Raja April 29, 2013 by under Dedicated Hosting 0 Comments

Nobody starts an online business with dreams of working twelve hours per day, every day of the week. The goal is to gain more freedom while doing what you love. Sadly, many fail to find success at all. Those who are successful are often constantly on call to their websites. I have found maintaining my own cloud hosted website, and that of my husband’s business site more intense than I could have imagined!

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Microsoft Hyper-V or VMWare?

Adnan Raja December 24, 2012 by under Dedicated Hosting 0 Comments

When choosing the right hypervisor for your enterprise environment, it is essential for IT managers to know which features are most important, the pros and cons of each of the technologies, and the appropriate implementation methods.  Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware should be examined thoroughly and rated on factors such as performance, scalability, and ease of integration with the company’s existing system.

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Spotlight on cPanel VPS Hosting

Joel December 11, 2012 by under Dedicated Hosting 0 Comments

cPanel is the most popular web hosting control panel in the industry because it allows users to access all types of features quickly and easily, from installing popular blogging software to handling custom databases.  By combining cPanel with the impressive power of a Cloud Server, the result is cPanel VPS hosting, complete with control, stability, and ease of use.

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VPS vs VPN – Similar Names, But Much Different Functions

Glenn December 7, 2012 by under Dedicated Hosting 0 Comments

Although VPS Hosting (Virtual Private Servers) and VPN (Virtual Private Network) have similar names, they are extremely different things altogether.  A Virtual Private Server is a place to host your website, where you have root-level access to the server while still sharing the hardware.  However, a Virtual Private Network is a way to browse the Internet securely and anonymously.

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Windows VPS vs. Linux VPS – Comparing Cloud Based Server OS

Eddie November 27, 2012 by under Dedicated Hosting 0 Comments

One of the most important decisions to make when choosing a virtual private server (VPS) is whether a Linux or Windows-based option is right for you.  While IT professionals often swear by one or another, these two systems are aimed at meeting the requirements of two different types of users.  Windows and Linux are both very different operating systems, with Linux being an open source operating system that is free to use and Windows a commercial operating system.  While many basic functions are shared between the two, the prices and uses of a Windows Cloud Hosting VPS and a Linux VPS are very different.

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Understanding Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Joel November 21, 2012 by under Dedicated Hosting 0 Comments

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), sometimes known as hardware-as-a-service, refers to the leasing of computer hardware instead of purchasing and installing it in-house.  The hardware you rent may include servers, storage, networking technology, cables, firewalls, etc.  With IaaS, the cloud hosting provider provides the infrastructure required to build custom hosting solutions, the hardware is configured remotely, and then your hosting solution is installed on it.

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Five Quick Tips For Improving SQL Server Performance

Glenn June 22, 2010 by under Dedicated Hosting 0 Comments

Database servers are a cornerstone of modern businesses ranging from Google to 7-Eleven. When you run your credit card at a convenience or grocery store, your purchase is registered at a point of sale system backed by a database. Your credit card company registers the funds transfer into a database server containing your financial records. If you use a discount card, yet another database server comes into play. Databases enable businesses to track inventory, perform margin analysis, automate purchases, and identify customer trends—and to do all of this much more quickly and efficiently than ever before!

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