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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Hosting 101 – What Does VPS Stand For

Have you ever wondered what VPS stands for? A lot of hosting providers will advertise VPS hosting and without a clear explanation, it can be tricky to know what VPSs are all about. VPS stands for a Virtual Private Server. It is an important type of hosting and is becoming more and more popular. Before we jump into all of the details, let’s start with the most popular types of hosting plans.
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VPS vs VPN: Do You Need a Virtual Private Network or a Virtual Private Server

While they might sound similar, it’s important to consider the different functions when it comes to VPS vs VPN. In fact, aside from both having the word “virtual” in their names, they don’t have much in common. One is a dedicated operating system hosted offline and offered as a service, and the other is a network of dedicated servers that facilitate the use of the Internet.
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What Is VPS Hosting and How Does It Work?

When it comes to web hosting, there are several different options, including VPS hosting. Each type of server has its own features and advantages, and unless it’s your job, it can be hard to remember what they all do. While the type of hosting you choose will depend largely on your business’s needs, today we’re going to take a closer look at what it means to have a VPS server.
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DDoS Attack – Is My VPS Protected?

Web hosting is critical to the success for your business and message. Unfortunately, if left unprotected, your “home on the internet” may be vulnerable to a wide variety of attacks from hackers and malicious organizations. One type of threat to your online presence is a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack. This type of an attack is an attempt to prevent any visitors from accessing your website, causing serious harm your customer confidence and web reputation, not to mention the potential for lost revenue.
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When You Know It’s Time to Upgrade Your Hosting Plan

Upgrade From Shared to VPS Hosting

Most website owners start out with Shared Hosting. And why not? It provides an affordable way to get started on the web with many features that make running your website easy.

But then it happens. You’ve added so much content and cool features that your site takes way too long to load. Visiting your home page reminds you of the days of dial-up internet. The traffic to your site eats up your available bandwidth, your site crashes regularly, and you begin to wonder if someone has broken the internet.
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Self-Managed VPS Offers More Freedom and Security For SysAdmins and Developers

Unmanaged VPS gives greater freedom and flexibility

A VPS, or virtual private server, is a virtualized instance that resembles a physical server. VPS provides more access and control than what is usually available in shared environments. For example, it provides access to resources like CPU, RAM, and disk space, which are used to run websites, applications and services. VPSs are often a perfect fit for growing businesses or customers with more comprehensive technical needs.
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HDD vs. SSD Hosting — How Performance Boosts Impact Your Business’s Bottom Line

HDD v SSD

No one likes going to the DMV. The Department of Motor Vehicles sometimes gets a bad rap for long lines, unhelpful service, and arcane policies. However, all it takes for me is one fast, efficient, and productive trip to crack through my hardened, jaded exterior and put a smile on my face.
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