If you’re the owner of a small business with an online presence, you’re probably already aware of the importance of keeping your data secure. And while this often refers to keeping information safe from hackers and intruders, sometimes it’s important to protect yourself from unexpected circumstances that can cause a loss of data.
Data centres come in a variety of sizes—from those measuring some hundred thousand square feet in area to massive behemoths that consume enough electricity to power a small town. Ever wondered which ones are the biggest and how big they actually are? Let’s find out!
Ever since the famous ‘WannaCry’ ransomware attacks started affecting millions of computers connected to the World Wide Web, the term ‘Ransomware’ has become internet famous, and rightly so. Ransomware attacks can happen to anyone at any time, which means keeping yourself and your organisation safe from such malicious attacks should always be a priority.
Servers Australia has today announced the acquisition of the customers and assets of Oz Servers Pty Ltd, a Brisbane based Cloud, Colocation and Dedicated Hosting company serving the Australian market for over 15 years.
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.