What’s the Difference Between an SSD Server and HDD Server?

When it comes to the debate over server types and which one is best, there is a new comparison to consider—solid state drive (SSD) servers and hard disk drives (HDD) servers. Just as floppy disks in the 1980s were gradually replaced by internal hard drives and flash drives, the traditional hard drive in computers is gradually being supplanted by the SSD.
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What is VPS Hosting?

If you are new to the prospect of starting your own website, chances are you are overwhelmed by all the terminology and acronyms. You may have found yourself asking “What is VPS hosting?”  

In a nutshell, VPS stands for Virtual Private Server and it is an in-between option between having a dedicated server and shared server hosting your website. There are some specific advantages to using a VPS and some options that can make hosting your website super smooth.  
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Can I Use a Free Server to Host My Website?

If you’re just starting up your first website, you may be wondering: “Can I use a free server to host my website?” Today, we’ll discuss all the options you should consider.

Limited Resources

When using a free hosting service, all the server’s resources are split among dozens, or even hundreds of other websites. If another website experiences a spike in traffic, or has some other performance issue, it will affect your website as well.
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What to Do If Your Ideal .COM Domain Name Is Taken

When you find out the .com version of your domain is not available, it’s very common for the domain registrar to recommend that you get the .net or .org domain. Our friends at WPBeginner recommend “If you want to make any kind of business website, then you should always use a .com domain name extension. It gives your website a familiar address and makes your business look more professional and established.” If the .com extension isn’t available, we have included some creative tips to still get a .com domain for your business.
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What is a Virtual Server and Do You Need it For Your Business?

If your business has grown large enough that you need to acquire a virtual server, you might find yourself feeling overwhelmed. If you’re like the average business owner, you don’t know much about the technology, other than your website’s need to function. It can be tricky determining which class of server you need and knowing what is sufficient for your needs. For many small business owners, though, a virtual server is the answer.
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Do You Need A Dedicated Server?

There are many options when it comes to hosting solutions, and some of them start as low as $5 a month. So why do you need a dedicated server, which can cost significantly more?

The reason is because, in today’s world, consumers expect you to have a website. Even more so, they expect it to look great, be easy to use, and run well. Whether you’re brand new to business or you’re a seasoned veteran, there is little that matters more than your web presence.
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