Most people have heard of dedicated hosting and shared hosting. Well, VPS—or Virtual Private Servers—combine the best of shared and dedicated hosting to create a web hosting solution that can suit a variety of business needs. In the VPS model, multiple virtual partitions are created on a single physical server and each user is allocated their own space, independent from other users on that particular server. Furthermore, advancements in virtualisation technologies have made using VPS solutions much more reliable than they previously were.
Have you ever thought about or maybe even experienced the significant impact that server downtime can have on your business? If yes, then you don’t need anyone to tell you how far reaching its impact is. Not only does it result in lost productivity from your staff coupled with the associated cost of labour but its impact on new business and existing customers has long term affects. Unfortunately, the failure of a server can sometimes be just due to sheer bad luck. While it may be impossible to ensure your server stays running 24x7, there are a few measures you can put in place to ensure that the chances of any downtime remain close to zero.
World of Warcraft is one of the most popular Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games (MMORPGs) and has enjoyed top status as the most-played MMORPGs on the list of many young gamers. In fact, it isn’t much of a stretch to say that World of Warcraft made MMORPGs a mainstream video games genre.
Building a new website from scratch can sound like an intimidating task. Even a basic website—like a blog for your mom’s favourite recipes—can end up feeling like a huge project. Sometimes it’s hard enough deciding what your first step should be. Well, worry not! As long as you choose the right tools and service providers, building a website is a very manageable process. To help set you on the right track, we’ve listed a few basic steps that should guide you in taking your website from a concept to a finished product.
It’s almost a given that in this day and age, any successful business needs to have an online presence, whether it’s offering a digital service or creating a platform to connect with customers. Setting up an online front for your business involves several steps, a crucial one of which includes choosing a web hosting service. When starting out, most businesses opt for a shared hosting platform, owing to its affordability. However, success is a two-pronged sword and should your business grow at a rate that is unexpected, don’t be surprised if a shared solution starts posing a roadblock to your revenue cap.