When we enter the site address in the browser, we don’t think about where the text, images, and design come from. The page loads because there is a computer running somewhere that stores files with the site’s text, images, videos, and scripts. This computer is called a server. Read More »
Hosting is a service for providing resources on the server, in other words, renting disk space, where all the files and data necessary for the proper functioning of the site will be stored. Read More »
Privacy on the Internet is gaining popularity. Currently, while the iron curtain is falling on us, most of the people who have seen the light began to think about anonymity in the network. After all, it’s not nice that you are being followed, perhaps it’s not even a big Brother, but intruders. Read More »
Renting a dedicated server also brings economic benefits. On average, the server lifetime is 2-3 years. After this time, the hardware becomes obsolete: new models of servers are released, more powerful, with more RAM, and more hard drives. At the same time, the “colocation” service costs from 50 to 80% of the server rental service.