Monthly Archives: July 2007

Jul '07
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What Is Bandwidth?

Posted by on July 27 2007 | 0 Comments

You download a file when you access a web site. This file can be an HTML web page, a GIF image, a MIDI sound file, or a combination of these. These files are downloaded to your computer and displayed in your web browser.

 

Posted by on July 26 2007 | 0 Comments

Contrary to complicated belief, moving your site to a new web host is easy. We will give you the steps you need to take to move your web site from one web host to another.

 

Jul '07
26

Site Response Speed

Posted by on July 26 2007 | 0 Comments

When we run up against the "World Wide Wait," we tend to think that we’re waiting for the requested page to download. But there is something that happens before the download even begins. The server on which the requested site resides must acknowledge the browser’s request to view the site. In other words, if this were a telephone call, response time would be the number of rings before the telephone is picked up.

Posted by on July 26 2007 | 0 Comments

Individual web sites are ideal for businesses that offer a single product or service, or for businesses with a small line of related products and/or services. But if a business becomes diversified and needs to continually add more web pages and/or sites to enlarge its Internet presence, it’s time to consider the pros and cons of a domain.

Posted by on July 26 2007 | 0 Comments

Generally dot com is the most popular domain in the internet industry today. A dot com domain is what comes after 3W (that is www.your company name.com). You can choose from .com, .net, .org, and so many others, including one’s specific for other countries, for example, .co.uk, which is for the United Kingdom. Once you register your domain, you need to find a place then to upload your files – thats how and where the web host comes into the picture.

Posted by on July 26 2007 | 0 Comments

Get your hosting basics right

It’s where your business stays and moves forward. Web hosting is the placement of your website on the Internet through a server. Effectively to be on the Internet, you need a strong platform or launchpad into a hosting server. Do you have it? How strong and unbiased your web server is?

Posted by on July 24 2007 | 0 Comments

RAID

RAID stands for Redundant Array of Independent (or Inexpensive) Disks. RAID is used for storing the same data in different locations on multiple hard disks. This array has better speed along with fault tolerance.

Posted by on July 23 2007 | 0 Comments

MAC

MAC which stands for Media Access Control or Medium Access Control is a network protocol that gives addressing and channel access control to the network by different devices in a local area network (LAN) or metropolitan area network (MAN). This data communication protocol sub-layer is a part of the data link layer specified in the seven layer OSI model.

Posted by on July 23 2007 | 0 Comments

Clustered

A group of several servers that share work and may be able to back each other up if one server fails is considered clustered.

Collocation

More typically spelt ‘co-location’, it is a service whereby a company that owns a server houses it in another company’s data center due to the greater security, stronger backbone or other technological reasons.

Posted by on July 22 2007 | 0 Comments

Usually, Web hosts use either Linux or Microsoft Windows NT Server, but some may let you choose. Selecting a server is more crucial when you are purchasing a machine that will be maintained by your own Web developers, most likely for a collocation setup or if you are going to maintain the website yourself.

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