24
April

Difference between Linux and Windows Hosting

There are quite a number of differences between the Linux and Windows hosting  that can be listed as good or bad for either one of them. Let’s look at some of them and try to arrive at which one might be the better pick for any particular application.

First, there is cost:  The Linux is an Open Source platform so it is free. Like all of the other free software, there are good and bad in that, alone. The adaptability and the license-free use is one thing. Windows costs the users a fee and will cost for any applications that are used.

Both the Linux and Windows have a very good reliability record, however, the Linux does enjoy a bit less “down” time.

Software would be the big difference between the two of these very popular systems. The Linux uses the free software as well as any paid for apps. Windows uses all of the paid for Microsoft software and a few of the free apps as well.

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24
April

Your Website Needs Shared Hosting to Keep Costs Down

Shared hosting  companies are a great way to allow people to dip their toes into this market without having to worry about huge fees and onerous clauses in lengthy contracts. One of the beauties of the contracts provided by the hosting companies for sharing the hosting services on a hosting server is that the contracts are quick to complete, giving you instant access to the services, and most companies include a no tie-in clause for their agreement.

In addition to this, there is normally an offer of a trial period where you can test the system out, with the knowledge that if you find the service is not for you, you can withdraw before the end of maybe a 30-day or 60-day period, and receive a full refund from the hosting company.

This makes it easy to, at the very least, venture into a situation where you are sharing your hosting costs with other users, and you do not have to spend huge sums of money when considering using a hosting company to let you grow your business or your website

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12
April

What To Look at When Considering VPS Hosting

VPS Hosting (Virtual Private server) has been receiving more and more attention in these recent times because of the security that they represent. The ability to have a virtual private server for all of your websites does generate a lot of respect when the prices of all of the electronic storage and hosting have been coming down. There are many Internet marketers that have VPS now, and many of them have gone to the next step and have dedicated servers that cost a lot more money.

When looking for a VPS hosting  company, you need to take a few of the following concerns into account:

The amount of storage that is available; you pay for a certain amount, so is it enough for your needs? The VPS systems allows for expandability, so make sure that if you have enough space now can you get more when your need it?

Does the VPS company allow enough bandwidth, or transfer, capabilities for the data you need to be transferring or will you need to upgrade for more money?

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