Is the End of the Year a Good Time for Major Changes?

As we approach the new year, it might be tempting to make sweeping changes to your organization and to your dedicated server. This is a normal feeling. After all, even in our daily lives, we often start the new year with resolutions (ones that are often too high-reaching and hard to keep). The question posed […]

What makes the VPS Work as a Sandbox or a Honeypot?

Several times in this blog I have mentioned that the virtual private server (VPS) is ideal for organizations looking to move away from shared hosting but cannot afford the dedicated server yet. Now, the VPS is known to be sturdy and is considered very secure. This is the reason it is also used as a […]

Virtual Private Server (VPS) as a Honeypot

The one thing that makes the virtual private server (VPS) desirable is its isolated nature. Virtual servers are created by partitioning a physical server logically into multiple sections. Even if you own a number of virtual servers, none interferes with others. Unlike a shared server, a virtual server is not shared with other websites and […]

Two Great Uses of the Virtual Private Server

The Virtual Private Server (VPS) is a great way of reaping as many benefits as possible from limited resources. What is so special about VPS? Well, these servers are formed by partitioning one server into smaller, logical servers. Not only do you get complete control of these servers, you also get to host as many […]