May 6, 2008
Sam Bowling

People who have used Linux are aware of the never-ending debate over what is the best package management system. There are a lot of them out there like YUM, APT, Portage and YaST. All have their positives and negatives as well as have their individual uses.

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May 2, 2008
Sam Bowling

Picture this. Your site finally hits it big. You’re getting 2000 hits per second and swimming in bandwidth. Everything is going great and then all of the sudden your dedicated server crashes. When the server is checked out it appears the hard drive has failed and all your data is lost. This is when you […]

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Apr 30, 2008

Ultimately everyone needs a firewall if your computer is connected to the internet. Having a server connected online without one nowadays is just the same has leaving your car doors open at night with the engine running in a bad neighborhood, you just don’t do it. Something as simple as enabling a basic firewall can […]

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Apr 25, 2008
Garett Murphy

Some people may think that their website is so small and insignificant that it will never become as big, or as popular, as a site like YouTube or MySpace. With the Slashdot and Digg effects, even the smallest of blogs could become extremely popular (or just receive tons of unexpected traffic) overnight. But even then, most people don’t expect […]

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Apr 24, 2008
Zak Boca

Today, I’d like to explain the similarities, differences and details of some of the most popular Unix-based operating systems available, as denoted in the title of this post. To begin, let me go over some of the things each have in common. Each of the operating systems are based on an Enterprise-level Unix Operating System […]

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Apr 22, 2008
Sam Bowling

There is a lot of confusion these days with all the new processor technology that has come out over the last few years. Intel has released a great amount of different technologies such as Hyper-Threading, the Core series, as well as VT technology. Now, I’m sure after reading these terminologies that Intel has coined you’re […]

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Apr 17, 2008
Dan Ushman

In this post, I will explore the various technical aspects that you should consider when launching a shared hosting company. I won’t discuss marketing or sales tactics, because that is an entirely different conversation. Many business people who want to start Web Hosting Businesses go for reseller accounts. Reseller accounts offer a very inexpensive and […]

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Apr 17, 2008
Chris Larkin

There are several factors that one needs to consider when deciding between Microsoft SQL server 2005 Standard Version and Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Workgroup edition. There is a vast pricing difference, per processor, $220.00 per month for the Standard version and $55.00 per month for the Workgroup version, so I will be examining the major […]

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Apr 10, 2008
Zak Boca

I previously owned midPhase shared hosting, founded it in 2003 and it was successfully acquired in 2007. We started the business with little capital, and we knew from day one that we wanted our core business to be shared hosting, so that’s all that we focused on. Aside from that, we didn’t have the capital […]

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Apr 10, 2008
Dan Ushman

This may seem like an insignificant fact, after-all, almost every business is a member of the BBB. To SingleHop, however, it means that the BBB is recognizing our unique platform to provide highly personal, highly customizable and high quality hosting services to our members. To view our BBB accreditation page please visit this link: BBB […]

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