Archive for the “Guest Bloggers” Category

You think you know a lot about cPanel & WHM? Prove it with cPanel University.

by tellis

cPanel University (cPU) is the brand new set of exams to test the technical and sales skills with cPanel & WHM. These are not your basic, participation ribbon certificates. cPanel University Professor Todd Thrash says, “The tests are brutal and passing means you possess functional, concrete knowledge of cPanel & WHM.” The tests are designed to…

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Command Line? What’s that, and what do I do with it?

by csteffen

One the reasons that I’ve gone with vps.net for my web hosting and blogging is because some of their virtual machine install options are full virtual machines with ssh access. That means that I can log into the “machine” remotely via a text terminal, move files, change software configurations, and even write software I want to. I’m…

Cash On Hand, How Much Is Too Much?

by dougc

Many executives and analysts will argue that there is no perfect balance or ratio for cash on hand in your business. In our opinion, every industry differs and the reasons for having cash on hand could vary greatly depending on those industries. I’ve recently been asked to give monthly cash on hand estimates to executives…

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What General Motors Doesn’t Understand—Visibility Counts

by rholmes

By the number of flyers stuck to my front door, sticking out of my mailbox, and tucked under the wiper blade of my car… I think I’m safe in saying that my local restaurants, cleaning ladies, roofers, grocery stores, dry cleaners, window washers, painters, etc, etc, etc are desperate for ways to stay in front…

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Guest Bloggers at VPS.NET

by Terry Myers

There are a lot of great, intelligent people involved in the VPS.NET community. We get the pleasure of communicating with many of them on a daily basis, but that doesn’t given them the exposure they deserve, which is why we’ve decided to open up the VPS.NET blog to guest bloggers. If you’re someone who enjoys…

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