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Make Hosting Easy With Managed Services & Support

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Experience supreme support and management with instant access to our Managed Services & Support. Let VPS.NET monitor and manage your VPS or cloud solution and take the stress out of hosting. Learn more about how to add Managed Services to your account for easy, effective configuration, deployment, and administration of your hosting packages. Rapid Response…

How Data Analytics Can Help Fight Money Laundering

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Money laundering is a big business. The sheer volume of illegal funds being ‘cleaned’ and introduced into the economy is mind-boggling. Modern laundering is also an unfortunate side-effect of the technological developments which led to online banking, digital currencies, and other related advances.  Financial institutions are now turning to data analytics to improve their anti-money…

MySQL Tips And Tricks

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MySQL is probably the best-known relational database management system. As the ‘M’ of the LAMP web development platform, this open-source solution is hugely popular around the world. Yet its popularity doesn’t mean that everyone who uses it is necessarily getting the most out of MySQL. In fact, it can be a complicated and tricky beast,…

How To Protect Servers Against Malware

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Knowing how to protect servers from malware is a constant concern for administrators. The threats posed by malicious software of all types have been around for decades, having been discussed back in 1949 in a theoretical scientific paper about self-replicating computer programs. Since the experimental viruses of the early 1970s, malware has remained a constantly…

5 Easy Ways To Reduce Latency

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The benefits of a speedy internet connection hardly need introducing. Nobody wants to deal with delays or lose their connection at a critical moment. Whether saving an important work document or playing an online game, latency kills productivity. Sluggish connections cause unacceptable amounts of lag in gameplay. This can ruin streaming media services or video…

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Am I Overpaying For Web Hosting?

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The web hosting marketplace is incredibly competitive. However, the lower cost may be mitigated by other additional costs or be burdened by slow speeds and unreliable connectivity. Determining whether a lower cost is really a better deal can take a little figuring out. Luckily, VPS.NET is here to help. If you are paying $400 per month…

Choosing Data Locations: Implementing Proper Geo-Hosting Strategies

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Choosing data locations is a tricky yet important decision to make for any business. The right data center location can make all the difference, ensuring you reach your entire target audience effectively and efficiently. By contrast, the wrong choice at the outset of a new business venture could lead to untold problems further down the…

Why Your 2019 Goal Should Be To Use A VPN

by Kelly Kirkham

The importance of data security increases with each year that passes, which is why 2019 should be the year of exercising better cybersecurity practices. A little effort towards securing your data can go a long way toward preventing cyber threats like malware, identity theft, and account breaches. Learn more about how a VPN, or Virtual…

Is This The Year When Li-Fi Will Take Off?

by Neil Cumins

Over the last few years, scientists and engineers have been working on a new technology which could become as transformative as the internet itself. Light Fidelity is on the cusp of revolutionizing data distribution – eliminating wifi, rendering 5G largely redundant, and providing secure data streams at unimaginable speeds. Light Fidelity operates on similar principles…

How To Build The Ultimate LAMP Stack – And What To Do With It

by Neil Cumins

It’s hard to overstate the importance of the humble LAMP stack when it comes to creating websites or online applications. This iconic stack comprises four pieces of unrelated open source software, each powered by the previous element, and collectively they can achieve wonderful things… On top of the Linux operating system rests an Apache web…

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