Hosting Outage Prepardeness

Hosting Outage Prepardeness

While there are certain steps that you can take to minimize the chance or impact of it, website downtime is inevitable. It affects even the greatest of websites (like Google and YouTube). Most website owners don’t have the resources to fully avoid outages, it’s much easier to minimize its impact. CDN (Content Delivery Network) Having a CDN is the best way to avoid outages. Why? A CDN uses many different servers and each one has a copy of your website. If one server goes down, then you can just temporarily deactivate that server and let the other ones pick up Read more »

Web Hosting Basics

Web Hosting Basics

If you are a business owner or work for any company; you are most likely aware of the website for that company. Most large corporations and small businesses have their websites where their clients and customers can look at products. Whenever a business has a site, they have to go through a web hoisting service to run and manage the site. You do not have to own a company or big business to have your website through a web hosting service; anyone can pay the hosting service to have their site for blogs or anything else they desire. Follow these Read more »

Web Hosting 101 – Acronyms

Web Hosting 101 – Acronyms

In the web hosting world, acronyms are seen everywhere. To even begin to understand what is being said knowing the meaning of the many different web hosting acronyms is a must. Abbreviations cover internet topics from protocols and standard to development and security. This article will teach you some of the more commonly used abbreviations in the web hosting business and can be your web hosting 101 for acronyms. Some of the web hosting acronyms that are regularly used include URL, WWW, and ISP. These abbreviations are seen on a daily basis by the average internet user, but few know Read more »