In the digital age, businesses must have an online presence to thrive. A website is a necessity for any business, whether small or large. Even with so much content being produced daily, the Internet is still a primary source of information and interaction for people. Having a website is crucial for establishing your brand, reaching potential custom . . .
With a rise in malware, phishing, and other website hacking attempts, it's imperative that businesses take measures to protect their websites. If hackers breach your site, the effects can be devastating. They may be able to steal user information, send spam from your email addresses, and distribute malicious links from your website. All of these sc . . .
You probably know that cloud computing is changing the way businesses implement technology. Virtual servers have redefined the way we think about data centers, and private cloud infrastructure has streamlined the management of these virtual servers. There's another type of server that's been gaining traction recently. In this article, we'll explain . . .
What's the one thing you need to build a website? If you guessed "a web host," you are correct. However, that is not the end of the story. There are many different kinds of web hosts and they all have different prices. If you look around, you can find cheap hosting packages for as little as $1 per month. In theory, this sounds like a good deal . . .
Nearly 14.5 billion - yes, billion - spam emails go out every day. Our inboxes work overtime filtering them out so we can get to the good and important stuff. When you use a free email service or a sketchy hosting company, the odds are good your company emails might end up following all that spam off to where it won't be seen. You need . . .