In today’s world, managing your website locally is possible without facing any inconveniences even when its server is located at the other end of the world. Today, you can stay in France, market your products in UK, and host the website in the US or any country across the world for that matter.
If you are thinking of putting your website online, you don’t have to work very hard. All you have to do is choose and purchase a domain name, host your website on a server and get it designed. Many business owners will think of getting a free web hosting plan to save money. If these […]
Before deciding on a web host, it is important to know that web hosting is available in many different variations. Two of the most common forms of hosting are shared and managed hosting. While quite similar, the differences set these types of web hosting apart by far.
Over the last month or so we have been meticulously counting up all the little complaints and problems you, our readers, have been experiencing with some of the largest names in the business. We’ve exposed everyone from iPage to JustHost, from HostGator to HostMonster, from WebHostingPad to WebHostingHub. During all of this, however, we’ve also […]
It is easy to choose a shared hosting plan for your website. There are so many reasons why it is so convenient. Firstly, it is cheap. Secondly, it doesn’t require any advanced knowledge to manage your hosting plan. Thirdly, a simple control panel allows you to take care of website’s needs. But all this convenience […]
Shared hosting is the most popular type of web hosting. But that doesn’t mean it is a flawless hosting plan and can be used by everyone. In fact its shortcomings should not be called as drawbacks because they are part of its features. Shared web hosting is designed for a particular segment of websites with […]
Rather than concerning themselves with malicious hacker groups like Lizard Squad, business owners may want to learn from federal agencies and look at their insiders and employees as the next threat to their company’s cybersecurity. Bumping up company cybersecurity may not be very effective if your employees aren’t well educated on how they can both […]
If you have ever done very much posting on the web, you have likely turned to images to help illustrate a point you were trying to make. When you pull that image from somewhere else on the Internet, do you ever consider who made it? Do you know if you have permission to post it […]
With the amount of money being spent on web development these days, it’s no wonder that web copyright infringement has become such a hot button topic. Protecting one’s precious online content has become increasingly difficult as online content volumes grow and the lines between what is and is not ethical in terms of information sharing […]
The impact of inexpensive IT networking systems has made cyberwarfare capabilities relatively cheap initiatives compared to pursuing nuclear weapons. For instance, North Korean hackers are chosen from universities and begin training at the age of 17. Pay is remarkably good, elevating the hackers and their families to high social status. The question remains: who wins, […]
With nearly 1.4 billion inhabitants, China leads the world in Internet traffic. It is also the second largest market for San Francisco-based CloudFlare. The online security and performance company has been working to build 12 new data centers within mainland China. The goal is to expand their global network and launch local service beginning in […]
Copyright violations aren’t anything new under the digital sun, but measures taken by Russia will most certainly strike an unfamiliar chord across the world. Starting in May of 2015, any website in Russia found guilty of multiple copyright violations will be permanently blocked in Russia. In an unrelated measure to fight Internet piracy in Russia, […]