Security Questions to Ask Hosting Providers

Security Questions to Ask Hosting Providers

Security Questions to Ask Hosting Providers

If you think your web host cannot be hacked and that no hacker would be interested in getting access to your website (you provide a forum for first-time parents, for goodness sake), think again. If you store the profiles of subscribers, including contact details like email addresses, the average hacker is indeed interested. Are You […]

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WordPress Is Not Just for Blogs Anymore

Wordpress Is Not Just For Blogs

WordPress (WP) is a universal platform not just for blogs but applications such as eCommerce websites, specialist forums, galleries and personal portfolio sites. It’s the most popular content management system (CMS) in the world, used by around 75 million websites. Best of all, it’s free. The world can’t get enough of WordPress Notable blog users include The […]

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What DNS is, and How It Works

Nowadays, it seems like the thing that is really making the world turn is the internet.  The online web has become integral to every aspect of our lives; it’s how we entertain ourselves, what we use to learn new things, how we stay connected to current events, and even how we pay our bills and […]

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Can a Content Delivery Network Save Your Business?

At this moment in history, the competition for online business is fiercer than it ever has been before. There’s no denying that internet users have a tonne of choices when it comes to which websites they use. And research shows that each one-second delay can be directly linked to an increase in page abandonment. For […]

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How SATA, SAS and SSD drives differ

How SATA, SAS and SSD drives differ

How SATA, SAS and SSD drives differ. What you should know. All drives are not manufactured equally. Some are designed for mission-critical systems where data integrity is of the utmost important, e.g. drives used by banks. Others are designed for high-volume work where the odd blimp in operations won’t matter too much, e.g. storing music […]

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