High Bandwidth Dedicated Servers : Unmetered Servers
February 21, 2017
Benefits and advantages of Unmetered servers For websites that are growing at a significant rate, the transfer of data can be very expensive, especially when server providers charge a customer a hefty fee for using more than the allotted bandwidth. For most server owners, it is quite distressing to see a monthly bandwidth fee that […]
Linux Encryption & Backup Tools
January 24, 2017
If the data you store on your server or other service is important to you, likely you’d prefer it not ending up in the hands of others. If so you should use the power of cryptography. There are many options to choose from whether you’re running Windows, Linux or BSD but we’ll be focusing on […]
Mitigating the Effects of Data Loss : Raid Vs Backups
November 18, 2016
What is the value of a server? In this world of virtual machines and dedicated servers, our customers are becoming more and more removed from the physical components that comprise a server. Everything is easily replaceable — everything except the data contained within the servers. Countless work hours have gone into making each server unique, […]
Behind the Hosting Door (A project management story)
October 21, 2016
When deciding on a hosting company, there are things at work that you as a consumer may not know OR CARE about. Uptime, pricing, and support are your key indicators and maybe equipment being offered. Have you ever wondered about the people behind the name? There are various positions and but one that is critical […]
Why you should upgrade to EasyApache4
October 4, 2016
I’d like to talk about some of the great new features coming to your WHM/cPanel servers. One great feature in particular is EasyApache4. EasyApache is a piece of software available on your WHM/cPanel server that allows you to rebuild your Apache/PHP environment with different versions and modules of Apache and PHP. EasyApache4 is the updated […]
Choosing a provider for your Native or Cloud App
October 4, 2016
With so many hosting companies available to the consumer, how does one choose? Before you can do that, you have to know your application, in the case of mobile apps, knowing your app and its backend functionality is critical. Let’s discuss the three types for a moment. Native or Encapsulated apps are apps in which […]
Most Important Programming Languages for Web Development
October 3, 2016
When it comes to websites and your online presence, there is an abundance of styles, ideas, and languages you can use. Some languages are more important, versatile, and common than others. These languages will make sure your website looks and works correctly in all browsers and operating systems, which will save you time and frustration. […]
Common Social Marketing Mistakes Made By Tech Startups
June 15, 2016
Social media mistakes happen. From accidental tweets to posting irrelevant information, these are all avoidable. I am going to go over some common mistakes you can make when you first market a startup on social media. Some of you are currently working in a startup, some of you are working at an agency where you […]
Cloud Vs Dedicated: Which is better hosting for a startup?
June 7, 2016
Cloud Vs Dedicated: Which is better hosting for a startup? Most of the time when hosting providers refers to Cloud hosting, they tend to leave out the fact that Cloud is primarily built on hardware-based dedicated server(s) infrastructure. The strength and resiliency of your cloud infrastructure depends on its underlying core hardware and the network […]
Linux Hosting vs. Windows Hosting
May 25, 2016
Choosing an operating system for your server may seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be a difficult decision. Whether you are just getting started with your first website or looking to get set up on a more powerful server at GigeNET, these simple guidelines can help you make your decision. Budget […]