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Though considered by many to be the latest advent in information technology, Cloud Computing has its roots laid down in the 1960s in the form of a global computer network. It has since evolved from many phases. From grid and utility computing to the latest addition in 2009 of Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud Computing has come a long way. However, it has gained much traction with the turn of the century. People now…

Imagine coming back home after a busy day at work, only to find your house robbed and all your valuables stolen! How could that happen? You put the biggest lock on the door! Well, what about the windows? Did you make sure all entry points were locked? Did you install a surveillance system or an alarm that would alert authorities of a break-in? An unsecured Dedicated Server could be the home that got robbed because…

Running a self-hosted WordPress website is not as easy as advertised, yet it can be done with the right tools and knowledge. You need to take care of hosting tasks, like choosing a host and making sure your site loads smoothly. You then need to design the site, using themes and plugins in a way that ensures positive user experience.  You also need to create and add content on a regular basis. These are just…

An unsecure website is an easy target for hackers and malicious attacks. As a website owner, it is crucial that you pay attention to this and keep your website secure. One way of securing your website is to install a website security software. In this tutorial, we’ll introduce to you one such website security software – SiteLock. Furthermore, we’ll walk you through the steps to install it on your website. So, without further ado let…

Today, many organisations and enterprises are moving into a more hybrid cloud environment. And why not? Hybrid clouds are agile – they adapt and change to the needs of the organisation. With their unique mix of private, on-premises clouds and public clouds, you can get the scalability, low cost and reliability of a public cloud, while you can get the security, control and customisation and flexibility of a private cloud- It is the best of…

Magento is indeed one of the best platforms for e-commerce websites. Also, the company is doing everything possible to upgrade it and make it perfect for the present generation. The cost-effective solution is ideal for those businesses that don’t have huge budgets. Magento is conceptualized to be absolutely flexible and scalable. Additionally, the solution is feature-rich. Top features like the capability to manage several stores, as well as, the multi-lingual support make Magento a top choice…

69% of enterprises are going to use a multi-cloud strategy by the year 2019, according to 451 Research. Still, few of them are aware of multi-cloud potential risks and ways to prevent them. In this article, you will learn what is multi-cloud and how to secure your business when working with multiple cloud providers. What is Multi-Cloud? Multi-cloud is the usage of many cloud computing services at the same time, often from various providers. While…

A common question for anyone who has just built their website is to figure out which web hosting service to use. The options in the market are endless. The conundrum is not only to pick the right web hosting company but also which web hosting package to purchase from the many types available within that company. This blog will focus on the best web hosting for WordPress in particular and will share all the information…

WordPress is one of the most used Content Management Systems (CMS) in today’s day and age. Websites find it easier to not only navigate the system but also run their websites seamlessly with Managed WordPress Hosting as their chosen hosting. However, like every other system WordPress too is vulnerable and not completely secure when it comes to attacks. In this post, we’ll talk about the common WordPress security issues in 2019 and how to deal…

This post aims to throw light on the recent flaws discovered in Drupal that exposed it to hackers. The Drupal CMS team has fixed a highly critical security flaw that allows hackers to take over a site just by accessing an URL. This means that Drupal site owners should immediately update their sites to Drupal 7.58 or Drupal 8.5.1, depending on the version they’re running. The Drupal team pre-announced the recent patches last week when…