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The Cloud Allows Websites On Both Platforms On A Single Account

  • November 1st, 2019
The Cloud Allows Websites On Both Platforms On A Single Account

Did you know that with cloud web hosting, you can host both Windows and Linux websites all under the same account?  You have access to a single user interface for all features.  Access to all of your services, including mail, DNS, and databases, but also, you can host both Windows and Linux Websites al . . .

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Quantum Computers And The Cloud

  • October 26th, 2019
Quantum Computers And The Cloud

The Future Of The Cloud As technology continually increases exponentially, the future of the Cloud will be with quantum computers. These computers are many times faster than the traditional computers we use today. They are so powerful; they surpass today's supercomputers. But before we leap into discussing this next generation, we ne . . .

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How To Migrate Your Shared Web Hosting To The Cloud

  • October 24th, 2019
How To Migrate Your Shared Web Hosting To The Cloud

You have finally made the right decision to move to Cloud web hosting, but you are not sure what to do. Here is an easy step by step guide to help you move your existing website from shared web hosting to Sectorlink's Cloud web hosting. Once you have signed up a Cloud account and y . . .

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How Digital Marketing Can Help You Succeed

  • October 21st, 2019

Sectorlink has been around since 1996.  For over 20 years, we have been helping our customers’ online presence succeed.  So why would you go to a company that does not specialize in all online services? Sectorlink’s media solutions team has been synthesizing the right mixture for over ten years, supporting advertising agencie . . .

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What Trends Can We See For 2020 In The Cloud?

  • October 18th, 2019
What Trends Can We See For 2020 In The Cloud?

Private Clouds Large companies are going to begin to migrate their data to adopt their own cloud.  While there are a few reasons for this, the most critical reason is complete control over security due to the necessity of accessing files anywhere.  Also significant is the need to have secure back-ups and greater scalability . . .

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