According to the latest statistics, over 81% of online consumers purchase products and services based on trust. When shopping for a TV, for example, you are much more likely to choose a Sony or Samsung, instead of an unknown local brand you know nothing about.
Among the plethora of different types of hosting offers, undoubtedly the most clients utilize shared servers. That shouldn’t come as a shock — the service is as affordable as they come and often gives more than enough resources to handle the average website.
Many years have passed without anything major happening in the web hosting industry. The most pressing issue for websites in the last 8-10 years remains security and speed. The hosting industry leaders are not working hard enough to develop a solution. Instead, they continue competing on pricing, disk space, and standard feature offerings.
A few years back, there were already millions of blogs in existence, and everyone was looking to create an online space of their own. Hundreds of different apps let you create a blog, but two of the most prominent were undoubtedly Blogger and WordPress.
There are over 400 million active websites in the internet ecosystem, ranging from small one-pagers to massive multimedia databases, storing hundreds of gigabytes of data. While the average site owner can usually get enough resources and support from a shared host, growing their project will often find them looking for a more robust and secure environment. The need for better performance and more control will inevitably bring them to two of the most popular services out there — VPS hosting and dedicated servers.
The domain Digital.com has had an amazing and colorful history thus far. First acquired over 35 years back, this is one of the first commercially-registered names, up and online since the dawn of the internet.
The first commercial hard drive saw the light of day in 1956. Developed by IBM, this monster of a machine weighed more than a ton and was as big as two refrigerators. All that for the groundbreaking 5MB of space.
Windows has been dominating the operating systems market for home computers for decades. Steering ahead with over 77% adoption, Win-based desktops heavily overpower Mac OS (18.38%) and Linux systems (1.68%). We have to admit it — even if we don’t use it ourselves, most of our friends utilize Windows for their daily needs.