When we talk about web hosting, one of the most important things that naturally draws our attention is the control panel. In fact, the control panel is your digital ecosystem from where you can control various administrative and management features of your website as per your varying needs. It helps you to take care of your resources, monitor the usage and also perform a number of administrative controls. Two major control panels used by different clients include cPanel and Plesk. While cPanel is the most popular control panel, Plesk has also made a number of changes recently that has elevated its appeal. Let us go for a side by side comparison of both the
Right from the giant corporate conglomerates to new age start-ups, almost all the businesses with decent technical requirements are aware about SAP ERP and many of them are actively using it to enhance performance and output. However, in order to get the maximum rewards out of your SAP investments, it is important to buy SAP hosting services that promise powerful performance, greater security and high levels of reliability. This blog tells about various benefits you get when you hire SAP hosting services. However, we will start the topic with some basic information:
While both Linux and Windows offer a good amount of user-friendly features the things might be a bit knotty while deciding the idea OS for your web hosting plan. In fact, both the OS have pros as well cons and you should be very careful while choosing the right operating system for your web hosting plan. In one of our previous posts, we have already discussed the various differences between Linux Hosting and Windows Hosting. Taking the things forward, in this post we will present the pros and cons of both the OS and also suggesting you the ideal OS aligning with your specific needs.
The web hosting industry has seen a huge increase in the security threats in the recent years. It can partially be attributed to the oversmartness of hackers. Besides, the introduction of many smart automated tools that can infest the websites with viruses, bots, and other malicious elements has also made the things much easier for the hackers.
One of the worst nightmares that can give website owners the sleepless nights is to see their website going offline! There could be a number of reasons behind it but ultimately it can cause a significant loss to your digital business depending upon the duration of offline session. The loss can further be multiplied if it happens during the peak season or peak hours of your business. So, it is always better to take the precautionary measures for preventing your site from going down. So, here we are presenting the common reasons that can send your site offline:
There are a number of reasons that can prompt you to move your WordPress site to a new host. Unsatisfactory services, high prices and unnecessary restrictions are some of the reasons. However, it is very important to follow the prescribed process while moving your WordPress site. If you want to move WordPress website to a new host then there are 3 important elements to be taken care of. It involves migrating to a new host, own domain, and new server
So, now you have a wider menu of TLDs to look for if your .com domain name is not available or is available at an exclusive price tag.
Your website not only allows you to enjoy a wider access to the clients across the world irrespective of the geographical boundaries but it can also help you to enhance your revenue by selling more and at better prices. That is why businesses that really want to grow are actively investing a significant time, attention and money in building great websites. However, just like having your own brick and mortar superstore your website also comes with responsibilities. Just like you need to secure your superstore against the theft and unwanted traffic in the same way you need to take the security of your website very seriously. Here are a few best tips to secure your website against hackers:
In the earlier post titled Translating the content can translate into increased traffic- Part 1, we talked about translating your website content for a global reach/impact. Now the question arises: should you concentrate only on the top performing content during the process of translation? What about the rest of the content? This article talks about what to do with that “rest of the content”: