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Know all about Windows VPS hosting

​In layman's language we can say a combination of both dedicated and shared hosting is called VPS hosting, a virtual private server hosting. It includes a virtual server that is exactly similar to a dedicated server in an environment of shared hosting.To online host a website we may choose a VPS hosting account, which is one of the various kinds of...
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Hostoople: Affordable Reseller Hosting with Profit generating Features

Amidst the run-of-the-mill hosting solutions that abound online, Hostoople web hosting offers affordable and reliable hosting solutions at the same time. The high charges of paid hosting have kept many bloggers away from the hosting services. But since only paid hosting offers the customization and flexibility needed for an efficient blogging platform, the cost effective and quality hosting service by Hostoople has come as a great relief for bloggers and website owners. Here are some of the prominent and versatile features found in the hosting provider’s reseller hosting plan. Diverse Hosting Solutions Hostoople offers Linux based hosting services of shared, VPS, and dedicated types. Other than these solutions, the reseller hosting is a key feature that enables you to sell the hosting servers in your locality. For small enterprises, the ecommerce features offered here is quite efficient and appropriate. The reseller hosting platform provides disk storage of 100 GB to unlimited space, and bandwidth of unlimited capacity on monthly basis based on the plans you choose. The all-inclusive building tool for websites is another feature that you get for free, once you register with them. Free email accounts which are unlimited in number and domain registration are other additional features that bloggers...
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Three of the Worst Cloud Security Threats

Even though everyone has been talking about how great cloud systems arelately, there are certain security threats that they are prone to and that you should be aware of. After all, you will be placing a lot ofyour most important and most personal files onto a cloud server of your choice, so the last thing that you would ever want is for it tobe hacked into or compromised in any way that would cause you to lose your files or your privacy. And you certainly don't ever want yourfiles to be damaged either. To help you keep your files and your computer equipment as secure aspossible, continue reading for three of the worst threats that cloud servers face. Data Loss Data loss can happen if a disk drive completely fails or dies and there isno backup to save the data that was stored on that disk drive. This can also occur as a result of human error. For example, if someoneloses the key that unlocks the data that is encrypted on a drive, it can be gone forever with no hopes of retrieving it again. Or dataloss can even occur as a result of a malicious attack. Ensuring you have at...
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New Cost Explorer Enables Companies to Better Track and Analyze Cloud Spending

According to InfoWorld, Amazon has just released a new service known as the Cost Explorer, with the goal of enabling organizations to more easily view and analyze their spending using Amazon's hosted cloud services. Amazon Web Services have, in the past, been criticized for the difficulty involved with tracking and projecting cloud costs. It seems that the industry giant was listening, because the new tool is likely to be a big hit with current users.To assist users, the Cost Explorer, which is free, will come with several preconfigured reports that can help make clear the totals of daily spending, the monthly spending for each service, and more. Cost Explorer allows users to create customized filters for cost analysis based on services, tags, time period and accounts. Cost Explorer is capable of analyzing data for the current month as well as the previous four months of available data.According to a recent study by RightScale, about 94% of companies now use cloud technology in some capacity. However, there is a wide variety of adoption levels when it comes to deployment. Keeping the cost of cloud services under control can be difficult for companies that use it for a large range of capabilities.Amazon seems to...
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Lenovo Buys IBM Servers, But at What Political Cost? U.S. Investigators Aim to Find Out

In the tech world, the Chinese multinational Lenovo Group Ltd. is a juggernaut. That's why United States officials are taking a closer look at a recent deal made by Lenovo to purchase a server unit from IBM for $2.3 billion. In short, the government fears that valuable intelligence secrets could be leaked out to China through IBM's tech servers -- but why would that happen in the first place? For one thing, the Pentagon uses IBM servers. The FBI uses IBM servers. Some of America's largest telecommunications companies use IBM servers, according to Telegram.com. That has some of the top officials in the U.S. worried that the servers could give the Chinese inside access to the information on those servers. The deal plans to expand Lenovo's presence in North Carolina to nearly 5,000. The agency called the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. -- known as CFIUS for short -- will handle the investigation, The Inquirer reports. This deal was made all the way back in January, so what's taking the examiners so long to decide whether or not the deal will stand? At this point, it's not entirely certain. What is certain, however, is that the U.S. has approved similar...
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