Linux Web Hosting

Posted February 1st @ 1 February, 2015

Linux is a complete operating system that is similar but not identical to Unix. It runs on a wide variety of hardware, ranging from Intel and AMD CPUs to more exotic hardware such as Digital Alpha computers, PowerPCs, and Silicon Graphics workstations. Probably the most unique characteristic of Linux is that it is freely distributable. Freely distributable means that the source code for the kernel and most software cannot be withheld. It does not mean that companies cannot charge for it. By ...
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Got a Small Business? Choose the Right Domain Name.

Posted January 31st @ 31 January, 2015

Choosing a domain name can be daunting. Research the subject (after all, you're the type of marketer who researches, right?) and you'll be hit with a landslide of opinions, most contradictory. There are, however, two points that everyone agrees on: - Pick your domain before you launch your business. This is especially true if your market niche has lots of competition. Research your domain before you commit to a business plan. - Don't wait too long if you like a domain. While you're researching, ...
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Tips for starting your own Internet Business

Posted January 30th @ 30 January, 2015

Starting your Internet Home Business isn't hard, but it isn't easy either. (Aren't you glad I cleared that up?) What I mean to say is that if you have a product or opportunity that the public is interested in, it isn't hard to start an internet business and get your product or opportunity noticed. First of all you will need to build a website. Although, you will go through your headaches with your website building adventure, it's fairly easy, ultra cheap, and these days you can even build a ...
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Easily Slash Your Comms Costs Using Web Conferencing

Posted January 29th @ 29 January, 2015

Web conferences enable groups to work faster and more effectively by eliminating travel whether it's five feet, five miles or five time zones. Whether an enterprise wide application rollout, sales training, educational needs or team building, web conferences are helping to deliver the information in timely and efficient way. In an age where time is money, the Internet shrinks distances. No longer does a team in California have to fly to New York to meet with their counterparts. It's ...
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The Use of the Internet for Finding Good Jobs

Posted January 28th @ 28 January, 2015

You are looking for a job and you don't know where to start. Don't panic, this is a frequent problem job seekers come across every day. The best place to start is Internet. Things aren't as they use to be a few years ago when everyone would have looked for a new job in a newspaper or trade magazine. Companies used head hunting and search firms in order to find good workers. Nowadays employers look for new workers over the Internet and employees use it to look for jobs. It may look as finding a ...
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Web Conferences Versus Video Conferences...

Posted January 27th @ 27 January, 2015

Web conferences allow users to attend 'virtual' meetings from all over the world. All that's usually required is an Internet connection and the software if a particular client is being used. Video conferencing will allow two-way audio and video so that participants can see and talk to people in real time. In many ways, it's reflective of the technology glimpsed in the future of videophones, but on a larger scale. The effectiveness of videoconferences lies in the ability of participants to ...
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Linux Hosting Made Clear

Posted January 26th @ 26 January, 2015

Instead of using Microsoft Windows-based technology for operating a website, many people rely on Linux hosting as a really good alternative. As most of you probably know by now, the code that makes Linux run is publicly available, which means that it is an open-source operating system. This is why people all over the world have the possibility to make the system better and better each day! Windows is indeed more easy to operate than Linux, but the chances of failure that Linux provides are very ...
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How Web Conferencing Provides Educational Opportunities

Posted January 25th @ 25 January, 2015

Many colleges have been expanding their curriculums over the last decade to include online classes and web conferences have played a significant role. A feature that only requires an Internet connection to access, a web conference allows instructors to interact with their students by lecture, discussion or question and answer. Whiteboards can be employed through web conferencing, as can slideshows, allowing the instructor to demonstrate examples or share graphics that illustrate their point. ...
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Why Linux kicked Windows out of hosting game or which hosting type to choose?

Posted January 24th @ 24 January, 2015

In Web hosting there are two different worlds. One that uses Windows OS and the other that is powered by Linux systems. There are many differences between them but here are a few that are crucial for deciding which hosting type to choose. 1. Supported technologies If you use some of the following languages or databases you need a Windows hosting: .NET scripts Microsoft SQL Microsoft Access databases ASP or ASP.NET scripts There is a simple reason - they will only work on Windows servers. On ...
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Tips For Managing Your Domain Name

Posted January 23rd @ 23 January, 2015

Managing your domain name is a very simple task, but one mistake could mean the difference between your site being on-line or off-line. When managing your domain name there are a number of items you need to pay close attention to. Attention to detail and patients is all you need to successfully manage your domain name. Your WHOIS Record. Your WHOIS record is a record of essential ownership information about who owns and controls the domain name. It also states what Name servers the domain name ...
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