Have you ever been worried about your website’s speed and security or instances of malware or malicious traffic? How do you fight against hacks, virus attacks, and other ill-wishers, widespread on the Internet? The ugly truth is that sooner or later every website faces these issues. The need for a solution that saves hours of efforts, huge costs, and inconveniences, is inevitable.
To be able to get the maximum out of your server & applications and make your server more optimized you need to make some changes to the default settings. This infographic highlights all the things you that you must check on your server for optimum performance.
It remains important to ensure that any negative impact we have on our environment is minimized. HostGator makes every effort to remain a green web host, however the Internet as a whole is likely causing more of an impact that one might imagine. This infographic sheds some light on this issue and even provides some helpful tips on how to minimize your virtual carbon footprint.
As a business, your up-time is your lifeblood, and stemming the flow of intrusion is vital to keeping your staff and your customers working at full capacity. In this infographic, Bluehost takes a look at how organized networks of “zombie computers” can damage your IT infrastructure, and how to select the right webhost to keep your network safe.
In an age when technology is constantly changing and evolving, it’s important to keep up-to-date with industry trends, new products, and new processes that can help make you and your business more efficient. Since the introduction of the Virtual Private Server (VPS) in 2001, more and more people are adopting the solution as the primary way they store and manage data. Using a VPS has many benefits relating to cost, security, equipment needs, and more.
Selecting a web host is one of the most important decisions you will make for your website and more importantly, your business. If your site goes down as a result of an error caused by your web host, you risk losing valuable business. But how do you choose from all of the web hosting companies out there today?
With the tragic loss of Ken Brill, both the IT industry and the global tech community have lost a true innovator and champion. Mr. Brill was responsible for the creation of data center standardization, and was rightly known around the globe as “The Father of Data Centers.” This infographic takes a look at the life of this innovator.
What is web hosting? Simply put, web hosting is a service providing the availability of space on a server connected to the Internet. Ostensibly, this server space is used for hosting websites, although there are potentially numerous other reasons that one may want to employ the services of a web host. Hostgator simplifies the explanation of what web hosting ins in the following infographic.
Virtual Private Servers – or “VPS” – divide up a single physical server into hundreds of mini-servers to offer complete separation between separate user accounts on the system. Each partition can run its own operating system and applications as if it were a separate individual device. This infographic from Aag Hosting provides additional information on VPS hosting and when it might be a right solution for you.
Have you ever wondered how the Internet works? We use the Internet on a daily basis yet most of us would find it hard to give a detailed answer to the question – “What is Web Hosting?” Web hosting is an integral part of understanding how the Internet works. This infographic by BrennanIT will help you better understand this subject.