CloudLinux 6.1 Launches

A couple days ago CloudLinux, the cloud-based operating system developer, released the 6.1 edition of their flagship product—an hunk of code appropriately titled “CloudLinux 6.1.” Obvious pieces of information aside, what is CloudLinux 6.1 and why the bloody hell should I care? Well, for starters, the operating system is designed for web hosts, and is […]

Dedicated Hosting – A Brief Introduction and Overview

As a website naturally progresses and becomes more popular, it’s not uncommon for a web developer to want to move onto dedicated hosting platforms.  This can come from a variety of reasons such as lack of bandwidth from shared hosting, to the lack of customizability that comes naturally with shared hosting.  Generally speaking, most people […]

Hybrid Servers: Helping the Environment One Byte at a Time

Internet solutions provider, Future Hosting, recently announced the addition of hybrid servers to the Washington, D.C. and Chicago areas in an attempt to further expand the company’s global environmental footprint. Future Hosting provides online solutions to international enterprise systems. They have also developed the Future Engineer product. Hybrid Servers A hybrid server is a high-end […]

Control Panel Industry Overview – 4 Top Competitors

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Many webmasters and technically inclined internet specialists will tell you that a web server is only as valuable as the control panel used to administer it. Without a good control panel, the web server is practically useless, at least to the average webmaster. Control panels simplify the administration of complex tasks that are performed every […]

Selecting a Control Panel – Crucial Attributes to Compare

Building a website is often a fairly difficult process for novice users, there are a lot of decisions to make before the process can even begin, and perhaps one of the most difficult decisions to make is which control panel is going to be used. Since control panels are included with web hosting packages, the […]