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As of January 2021, there were 4.66 billion active internet users (1) around the world – 59.5 per cent of the global population. This means, more than half of the world’s population is online. From buying products and services online to enrolling in online education courses, the internet has become an indispensable part of our lives. It is a boon for eCommerce sellers and other businesses who can contact their customers easily anytime and promote their products seamlessly by creating an online presence. One of the many reasons why there are over 1.5 billion websites (2) on the world wide web today. The growing importance of online presence drives the demand for web hosting services. This is a golden opportunity for web hosting providers. But to make full use of this opportunity, it is important to stay on top of web hosting trends. To help you with that, we came up with the top 7 web hosting trends in 2021 that you must bookmark now. Top 7 web hosting trends in 2021 1. The future is…
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The Dynamic Malware Analysis System by BitNinja The COVID-19 outbreak has speeded up the growth of Internet traffic. The number of websites is rising rapidly, and there are more eCommerce businesses than ever. Therefore, the shared web hosting companies are doing a roaring trade. But unfortunately, these are not the only numbers that are growing. Cyberattacks are also on the rise, and no business is safe nowadays. By now, cybercrime is one of the most frequently reported economic crimes in the organizations, making cybersecurity a C-suite and board-level concern. Today we will talk about how to detect and remove obfuscated malware from shared web hosting servers. What is Obfuscated Malware? The obfuscation technique is for hiding the real purpose of a program. The hacker creates a code that is not readable by humans, but the functionality behind it remains the same. So, when you run the program, it will behave like the encapsulated program it was designed for. How to analyze different…
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Hivelocity, an international provider of bare metal dedicated server solutions, private cloud, and edge computing, has announced today the release of its new WHMCS reseller module. Using the new Hivelocity reseller module and public RESTful API, now partners can sell Hivelocity’s dedicated server hosting to the customers, all from within the WHMCS platform. “Hivelocity has always taken a ‘customers first’ stance,” says Kevin Boyle, Manager of Sales & Marketing. “For years our resellers have been asking for a WHMCS module to enable them to not only resell our servers easier and faster, but to do so white-labelled as well. Thanks to the Hivelocity WHMCS module, that’s now possible.” WHMCS, short for Web Host Manager Complete Solution, is a complete solution built for professional reselling. WHMCS keeps hosting simple by providing essential features including domain registration, built-in support ticketing, automatic invoicing, and…
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You need a home to live. Similarly, your website too needs a place to live, or to be specific, it needs web hosting. Without it, your website will not work. Choosing the right web hosting solution may seem a little difficult, since there are several choices available like shared hosting, cloud hosting, Virtual Private Server (VPS) and Dedicated Server. If you are an established business with decent traffic on your website and have concerns for security, and uptime, then you should go with either VPS or dedicated server. These hosting options vary in terms of performance level, scalability, as well as cost – but how are they exactly different? To get the wisdom in your choice, you need to understand the main differences between VPS and dedicated server so that you can determine which option suits best for your business. Read on. Virtual Private Server and Dedicated Server: Model Explanation Before diving deep into the hosting comparison, let us know a bit about each of them. …
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When surfing in the water, you move from wave to wave. When surfing the Internet, you jump from web page to web page via clickable hyperlinks or move within a web app. In 1989, Tim Berners-Lee’s concept for a network based on servers, links, and browsers – the WorldWideWeb (www.) – was convincing. The Internet was conceived by several people, but the World Wide Web was conceived by only one man. A holistic system that revolutionized Internet use and provided a space for global exchange! Sir Tim made history with his core question: How can we optimize and properly network the untapped potential of computers connected to each other via the Internet? Despite some setbacks, he eventually succeeded in creating the 3 most significant technologies of the Web: HTML, URL and HTTP. After the first website was made available to everyone, the WorldWideWeb and its spread were unstoppable! Since then, the power of this development has determined and controlled every process, even…
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In the past, businesses and institutions could purchase and maintain their computer services and resources. The IT department would be responsible for buying, maintaining, and managing the company’s computers, storage, and networks, which required a lot of space. The systems would also get outdated progressively while better ones emerged at lower prices. As on-premises infrastructure continued to become unsustainable, cloud computing was born. Read on to learn more about cloud computing and how it works. What is Cloud Computing? Cloud computing refers to accessing computing resources like servers, databases, storage, intelligence, networking, and analytics over the internet. Cloud computing comes in three key forms: public, private, and hybrid. Public cloud computing refers to web-based computing services that companies like Google and Amazon provide, while private cloud services are accessed using a secure internet connection. Hybrid cloud computing combines public and private…
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