Wrapping your head around the sheer vastness of cyberspace may be a bit of a challenge. Тhe technology is evolving so fast that we sometimes forget to stop and realize how much we’ve come for such a short time.View more
Often, when a website outgrows its shared hosting plan, the biggest issue is not the cost associated with an upgrade to a more powerful VPS. Instead, it’s the site owner’s anxiety at the prospect of running an entire server.
But are these fears justified? Is owning and configuring a virtual server really as daunting as it sounds?
Business websites may work in similar ways to non-commercial ones but often face more significant threats. In the first half of 2020 alone, data breaches exposed over 36 billion records. Yet this is just the tip of a colossal iceberg. Even as the cost of combating cyber threats increase, one factor often overlooked is web hosting.
The choice of web hosting and even hosting provider can play a significant role in safeguarding business websites. Let’s have a closer look to understand why…
Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting offers excellent features but can be challenging to manage for the novice user. This is why a strong support team can make a big difference in your online experience. While Managed VPS solutions often come at premium prices, having some trained hosting experts assume technical responsibility for your VPS account can pay off in other ways.
Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting is often touted as a more powerful upgrade to shared hosting. While this may be true, have you ever wondered exactly how many daily visitors a VPS can handle?
The exact number can difficult to pin down for many reasons. The number of daily visitors a site can handle isn’t simply dependant on the type of plan. To give you a better idea of VPS capabilities, we’re going to walk through some key areas to compare.
Many online shop owners wonder about the best type of web hosting for their projects, and the answer might surprise them. While most websites are generally flexible in their system requirements, ecommerce is a bit different. Your choice of web hosting may have a significant impact on your business.
Should you go with Shared Hosting or a Managed VPS Solution? Let’s find out…
In 2016, W3Techs estimated that about 0.6% of the world’s websites were based on PrestaShop. According to the same report, Wix’s market share stood at just 0.2% at the time. The tables have definitely turned.
Currently, about 1.5% of all the sites in the world are based on Wix, and PrestaShop powers only about 0.5%. Does this mean Wix is the better option for your new ecommerce project? Let’s find out.
Magento online shops are quite powerful but will require a reliable hosting solution to run properly. If you’re unhappy with your current host, it may be time to consider switching providers. Don’t worry about the process since we’re here to guide you along on how to migrate a Magento website.