What is DirectAdmin? DirectAdmin is a web hosting control panel, and is similar to cPanel, but has several differences in features. DirectAdmin allows people to administer their site and hosting options using a web-based interface. For many people, DirectAdmin is…
With shared hosting, where you can often see “Bandwidth Unlimited” in the product description, there are always going to be some limitations to the bandwidth you have access to.
Web browsers react poorly to websites without encryption. Let's take a dive into what SSL, TLS, HTTPS mean and why they're so important.
As the joke goes, there is no cloud, it's just someone else's computer, but the fact of the matter is that it is a large array of computers, which allows for scaling and redundancy that is not available on a single machine
We're taught in school that redundancy is not great for writing. Well, it's definitely not the case for hosting. You never want to lose your data, and therefore storing several copies of it is a necessity. Over the years, many RAID types were developed to ensure redundancy.
Many people ask whether RAID is good as a backup solution. Learn how RAID works and how it is different from backups in this blog post.
MojoCloud S3-Compatible Object Storage may be the perfect solution for your small and large data storage needs. While it is scalable and very economical, it is the way images, videos and other static content will be stored in the future.
MojoHost offers four different options for business e-mail that are suitable for companies or projects of different sizes. These are based on the Zimbra soluton and are easy to use, reliable and affordable, which sets them apart from other business email solutions.
Businesses use CDNs to ensure the swiftness of data delivery and improve the performance of their web properties. Consumers appreciate when businesses use a CDN, though they may not always be aware of it because it ensures that their experience on a website is flawless.
In networking, latency refers to the delay on the network between when a user clicks on something and when the information actually shows up on the page. Most people get frustrated after just a few seconds of latency, so this number is very important to keep as low as possible.