Compared to dedicated hosting, it can be less expensive. As it’s billed on a per usage basis, you are designated a certain amount of resources such as bandwidth, storage etc., for anything beyond that you will be charged depending on how much was used. This means that you only ever pay for what you use.
There are a number of different types of hosting that you will have to choose from, and it’s important that you take the time to select the right option to match your specific needs. The type of hosting that you choose can have a tremendous effect on everything from the speed of your website to […]
What is Cloud Computing? In easy way, Cloud Computing means storing & accessing data and programs over the internet instead of your computer or hard drive.
In the early days of eCommerce you either had to be a programmer and build your site organically from the ground up or become a ‘business partner’ in an online mall, where rental could cost thousands of dollars and business failures were frequent. Now it’s easy to build your own website using open source modules, […]
VPS, otherwise known as virtual private servers, are virtual dedicated servers. It is a system wherein parts of a server mainframe are divided and sectioned off into multiple servers. Each section will now be a dedicated server – having their own operating system, can be independently rebooted and are virtually running their own machine.
Choosing a hosting package tailor-fit your need is serious business. You can’t afford downtimes, you lose customers and users to top it all – lost revenues. Ask me have if I ever experience downtime with my web hosting service? It’s absolutely a big YES.
Choosing the best hosting service is the lifeblood of having a well tuned up and running Web design company in Philippines website – your blogs of course! No one can afford having their sites down for an hour or day! You don’t want your blogs to rushed into a hospital and land suddenly in the […]
So, you registered a new domain name and got yourself a reliable hosting package that’s worth every penny! Now, you setup your own blogging platform using the latest WordPress stable release and it went through without a cinch (I don’t mind calling for technical support to do those stuff for me), you’re configuring all those […]