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4 Tips On Managing WordPress Like A Pro

Image source: Pixabay.com Social media has gotten awfully social- you just can’t escape from its omnipresent glare. The world has metamorphosed from Shakespearean content to hashtags. Since it is here and not going away anytime soon, it is for the best to warm up to... read more

4 Factors to Consider While Choosing a Web Host

Image source: Pixabay.com It can be quite overwhelming to choose a web hosting provider for your website, especially if you are relatively new to the concept. By selecting inappropriate web hosting solutions you will not only end up spending a bomb on irrelevant... read more

Top 5 WordPress Corporate/Business Themes

Websites are one of the most powerful marketing tools you can use to promote your business. Thanks to numerous themes on WordPress, it is easy to create a corporate/business website. Image Credits: Flickr If you want to create an engaging and striking... read more

How to Optimize WordPress for Speed?

Image Credits: Flickr Do you want your WordPress site to load as fast as it possibly can? When your WordPress site loads fast, you can increase the number of page views, improve the experience of your users, and it helps with SEO. As the average attention span of... read more

How Good Is Drupal As A CMS?

Image Source: Wikimedia.org Drupal is a big player in the content management system (CMS) market and it only lags behind WordPress and Joomla in terms of popularity. Some of the most famous websites in the world such as the White House website run on Drupal, and... read more

What Is Platform As A Service (PaaS)?

Platform as a service (PaaS) is one of the most popular types of cloud computing services. When an individual or a company purchases PaaS, they are essentially purchasing a custom-built cloud environment that is developed to support application development, scaling,... read more

What Is A Virtual Private Cloud?

Image Source: Wikimedia.org A virtual private cloud (VPC) is a network on the public cloud that is logically isolated from other networs in the same cloud. Isolation is typically achieved by allocating a virtual communication construct and a private IP subnet to the... read more

5 Ways To Improve Website Traffic

Image source: Staticflickr.com Generating website traffic is often one of the most difficult parts of running an online business, especially for new players on the block. After all, no traffic equates to no business. There is no best universal way of generating... read more

Understanding DdoS

Image Source: Pixabay.com/ You’ve probably heard about DDoS attacks, but, do you know what these attacks are? Well, DDoS stands for Distributed Denial of Service and as the name indicates, the objective of a DDoS attack is to make a service inaccessible on the... read more

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) is one of the most popular aspects of cloud computing, and it is fundamentally thought to be one of the main stacks or layers of cloud along with Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS). In a cloud computing... read more

How To Select The Right Web Hosting Company

One of the most important aspects of website creation lies in the selection of the web host. The right web hosting company should be able to ensure that your site remains accessible and secure at all instances in time. Most web hosts offer unlimited disk space, email,... read more

How do You Manage a WordPress Website?

WordPress is by far the best CMS (Content Management System) in the world and managing a WordPress website is also relatively easy. You may be able to manage the content of your website easily, but if you want to manage your website independently, you will need to... read more

Top 5 benefits of cloud hosting

Cloud hosting basically involves hosting your traffic on virtual servers which run on an interconnected cloud computing environment. Cloud servers have rapidly grown in popularity in recent times due to their innumerable benefits. No pesky physical servers! You do not... read more

Three Tips for the End of The Year

These days it isn’t difficult to predict what kinds of technological innovations will take place over the coming year but with such rapid advancements it is hard to keep up.  Someone learning how to use cloud computers and network technology in general should include... read more

DNS and You

We all know and use domain names to find the websites we want to go to.  They are the text versions (www.inodecloud.com) of the Internet Protocol addresses (IP) that locate the content we want to find.  The concept is pretty simple – domain name systems (DNS)... read more

Application Certification for PaaS

Cloud foundry announced its new position today as the industry standard in cloud computing services.  Several major software providers like IBM and Hewlett Packard have come together to declare Cloud Foundry as a reliable open source standard for application... read more

Amplify web apps with Azure

Web developers can benefit from powerful platforms that can handle machine learning and organize complicated infrastructures.  Microsoft’s cloud platform Azure is similar to the previously mentioned Google Container Engine except that Azure handles specific computing... read more

SEO With Google

Google offers several free services to help entrepreneurs and large corporations alike in their attempts to make their websites faster, safer, and more easily searchable through Google and other search engines.  These services range from reports on worldwide internet... read more

Greener Hosting With iNode

In the world of hosting, “Green Hosting” seems to have a variety of definitions that sometimes include using renewable energy sources but in general means being more environmentally friendly. iNode Cloud servers are hosted at the Equinix datacenter in Sydney which has... read more

5 Benefits of Cloud Computing.

You’ve talked to other business people at conferences and they have raved about the cloud.  Your finance department has done some research and they really want you to switch over to the cloud instead of buying another server.  So why should you use the cloud?  Here... read more

Why Cpanel Sucks!

Before starting iNode Cloud, I used to run a legacy hosting company called Ninja Host configured with Cpanel. I’ve been wrestling with cPanel on and off for years and it always reminds me just how much it sucks. It can be convenient if you don’t know how... read more

Web Hosting Terminologies 101

Finding the right web hosting company can be a challenging task, but it can be especially challenging for beginners looking to host a website for the first time. Today I started thinking about the the terminology that I often throw around in meetings and I realized... read more

Will hosting affect my SEO?

SEO in the last couple of years has risen to become a fascinating buzzword in the tech space. Many companies have adapted their marketing campaigns to now include SEO strategies. There are now companies that specifically consult businesses regarding SEO and digital... read more

2 Entrepreneurs in a cloud

“Everything happens for a reason”. Many people have their own opinions on this statement, whether for or against. Meeting my business partner Kappy Prasad and building a cloud hosting solutions business has been one of the best learning curves and most personally... read more

A quick guide & understanding of GitHub

What is GitHub? Git is an open-source version control system very similar to other version control systems such as Subversion, CVS and Mercurial. What is it used for? When developers are coding, they are making constant changes to the code and releasing new... read more

The Importance Of Backups

I have seen this one too many times with friends, families organizations over and over again. It’s happened to me in the past before, having a portable drive storing all my important document, photos and a whole heap of other files and thinking it would never... read more

What the heck is SSH?

SSH is an acronym for Secure Shell. It is a protocol that basically helps with the security of data communications between remote distances and allows you to communicate with distant machines remotely. SSH encryption was meant to make sure that confidential... read more
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