• How to keep your cloud secure

    Cloud is being more and more integrated into business practices every day. Though the benefits of cloud are often talked about and reach into several different facets of business, the bigest concern is about how to keep your data secure in the cloud. Here are a few tips to ensure that you get the most out of the cloud without sacrificing security.

  • Everything you need to know about traditional and cloud hosting

    Trying to sort out the differences between the various types of hosting can drive someone crazy if they are not well versed in the configurations available. Not knowing the differences can have serious implications for your web site's performance. Thankfully, we're here to help you figure it out.

  • Compliance and E-Discovery in the Cloud

    Understanding Compliance and E-Discovery in the Cloud

    A very common (and legitimate) concern with using any cloud is compliancy and e-discovery. Although there are ways of securing data in a public cloud scenario, most Public Clouds do not have the same security and access control requirements for the level of legal and regulatory scrutiny that must be in place to ensure compliance.

  • What do cloud computing companies do?

    A cloud computing company provides some component of cloud computing to other businesses or individuals on a pay as you grow basis. Cloud computing is Internet based computing in which shared resources, software, and information are provided to computers and other devices on demand. Cloud service providers offer customers storage or software services available via private cloud or public cloud, generally offered in one of three different models; IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS. IaaS, or Infrastructure as a Service, is the outsourcing of hardware.
  • Should you move your SMB to the cloud?

    If you're a small business that is currently hosting and maintaining all of their IT resources in-house, moving your business to the cloud should be a no-brainer. Currently, 9.6 billion SMB's are already utilizing the cloud for a variety of different factors that all boil down to one simple point: efficiency.

  • Best Practices for Dedicated Servers

    In the land of dedicated servers, you get to enjoy ample freedom. You get to choose what type of OS and software that you want to run that best meets your needs. You get to choose how many IP addresses and domains you'd like. You also get to choose how much bandwidth you need to meet your traffic needs.Here are some practices that will help your server remain free and safe.

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