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Guidelines for choosing a dedicated server

Guidelines for choosing a dedicated server

There is no ‘one size fit all’ solution when it comes to dedicated server, you can save a lot of money and time if you have chosen a right hosting provider. Before you go for any cheap or branded hosting provider, there are two things you should bare in your mind:

Hostgator Shared Hosting Reviewed by Comparisor

Hostgator Shared Hosting Reviewed by Comparisor

HostGator best known for their well-priced shared hosting plans (Yet powerful). They offer three shared hosting services – Hatchling, Baby and Business Starting at $7.16 a month. Uptime Hostgator guarantee a 99.9% uptime but keep in mine that a 0.1% down time equal to 8.76 hours a year. I have been using  hostgator for more … Continue reading “Hostgator Shared Hosting Reviewed by Comparisor”

The Good Problems to have While Running a Website

The Good Problems to have While Running a Website

Today I get a chance to share something useful here especially the young entrepreneurs who started a website or Blog. I would like to talk about the “Good Problems” to have while running a website. Running a website is totally different with design or develop a website. Running a website can be easy, or tough enough … Continue reading “The Good Problems to have While Running a Website”

How to use PuTTY or similar SSH client to check your server health

How to use PuTTY or similar SSH client to check your server health

For Mac/Linux user, you don’t need to install a SSH client. Just open your Terminal window and you are good to SSH to your server.

For Windows user, PuTTY is a free and safe software application which can be used to make an SSH connection to your server. You can download the application at http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html.

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