July 4, 2013

Why Desktops and Servers May Need Different Operating Systems

Choosing the right operating software for any computer system is always an important concern. From desktop systems that will need to provide users with an easy to navigate working environment to dedicated servers that handle a large volume of traffic and visitors, choosing the right operating software is never a concern that should be ignored. Learning more about the options and resources you have to make use of will keep you from being limited in terms of (more…)

May 8, 2013

What the WebRTC Standard Will Mean for Your Business

All businesses should have their very own websites so that customers can easily find them and learn more about their company. While social media sites are a good option for companies, you also need to have a set website specifically designed for your business itself. On the website, you can write about its history and about your hours of operation. The website you have created for your company needs to basically give more in-depth information on the company itself and what you are all about.

One other thing you need to keep in mind is that the (more…)

May 7, 2013

Making the Most of Your Virtual Server

If you depend on a virtual server in order to keep your company’s website on the World Wide Web for people to see, it is important for you not to ignore your server. If you don’t pay attention, you could end up making your website slow or unreliable, which can cause you to lose traffic. You can even cause your website to go down for an extended period of time, which can be a real catastrophe.

Therefore, you should do what you can to make the most of your virtual server.Never heard of this before? Get up to (more…)

May 3, 2013

How Much Bandwidth Does Your Business Need?

Bandwidth is an important consideration for any business, whether your business uses a minimal amount of online resources each day or a lot. If you are running a company that does a lot of work online, it is important to have a reliable amount of bandwidth at any given time.

The first consideration for businesses looking into bandwidth is the type of connection you are using. Most individual consumers and small businesses can use a cable modem which works at 5Mbps (more…)

May 2, 2013

Is Your Business Big Enough for a Dedicated Server?

Most hosting plans that you come across when looking for Web hosting for your company’s website will be referring to shared hosting, which is a sufficient form of hosting for most personal and small business websites. Shared hosting involves sharing a host with other websites, which means that you can’t receive quite as much traffic reliably as you could if you had a dedicated server. Although this might be just fine for a personal blog or (more…)

April 29, 2013

Colocation: When a Dedicated Server Is Not Enough

Growing businesses often find themselves considering outsourcing their Internet and web services. Therefore, the question invariably becomes to use their own equipment or lease dedicated servers. While there is no easy answer, there are some points to consider to make the process easier.

Dedicated Servers

Dedicated servers are leased on either a monthly or annual basis. Web services commonly use dedicated servers. Usually, dedicated server offerings are limited to popular server configurations that sell very quickly, since providers would rather not (more…)