Archive for the “VPS” Category

Use Your VPS As Your Own DropBox With Seafile

by Hayden Smith

Cloud-based file sharing tools have become very popular. They provide a helpful way to share files with friends or as an automatic backup for files to allow easy synchronization between your devices. However, there are a number of issues with these services, not least of which is trusting a third party with your data. There’s…

What Can You Do With A Virtual Dedicated Server?

by Hayden Smith

Virtualization technology is a tool by which a server’s resources can be shared between multiple users. This works by creating virtual servers that are assigned allocated amounts of memory, disk and CPU time in order to run. These virtual servers are kept separate from each other and provide users with all of the options that…

Can A Virtual Private Server Ever Be Free?

by Hayden Smith

Everybody likes to have something for nothing, not least a free virtual private server. Unfortunately, a truly free VPS is somewhat of a unicorn, a mythical creature you can’t find. You can get close to free though so let’s look at how. Building an (almost) free VPS First off,  you’ll need a computer, generally the…

Use Our Cloud Site Platform To Help Your Business Grow

by Kelly Kirkham

If you are operating a small- to medium-size business, you may be unsure as to the best choice for your web hosting needs. Researching hosting solutions can be a long and confusing road, and can leave you with a lot of ‘what ifs?’. To help your business grow and keep cloud sites simple, we have…

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How Cloud VPS Can Benefit Your Business

by Kelly Kirkham

Whether you operating a small startup or a medium-to-large enterprise, virtual private servers (VPS) can boost your performance, and in turn your company. So if you are seriously considering making the switch from shared or looking to add flexibility to your dedicated server hosting, the top benefits below will help cement your decision. You will…

Using VnStat To Monitor Your Network Traffic In Linux

by Hayden Smith

When we consider monitoring tools, we often think about tools that monitor your processes and resource usage such as disk space, memory and CPU load. However, network bandwidth usage of your server is of equal importance. So, in this article we’ll be looking at VnStat – the lightweight command line network monitoring tool. VnStat is…

Design The Best VPS

by Kelly Kirkham

When looking to choose the best VPS, or virtual private server, there are some important considerations to keep in mind. In this post we will identify the decisions you will need to make, show how to be sure that whichever option you choose, and ensure you have all the information you need to pick the…

How To Use Windows To Connect To VPS Hosting

by Hayden Smith

So, you are the brand new owner of a Linux Virtual Private Server. You’ve got an idea of what you want to do and the software you have to install, but what’s really important is: how do you actually connect to it Secure Shell (SSH) Linux servers use a program called Secure SHell (SSH) to…

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What Is VPS Hosting?

by Kelly Kirkham

When researching hosting options, it’s easy to get confused by all the technical jargon. Shared, dedicated, cloud… the options seem endless. This post is aimed at helping you become familiar with VPS hosting, an option that has become the preferred option due to agility, scalability, and power. Read on to get the scoop. What makes…

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