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What To Consider Before Choosing A Hosting Provider

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How do you know which hosting provider is right for you and your company? What are the key factors that will help you make the right decision? We’re here to help and give you a list of things to consider when choosing your next hosting provider. Let's start at the beginning.

What is hosting? A hosting company usually has their data center filled with computers called servers. Servers, similarly to your home computer, run their own operating systems and connect to the Internet. When paying for hosting, you’re paying to rent space on their servers – the company allows public access to the servers which is how people find your website online.

So what should you consider when choosing a hosting service?

Security

You should evaluate the security of their service to ensure it aligns with your needs. Some things to consider when looking at security are:

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) – You will be able to identify which sites have SSL by the locked padlock in the URL (often green colored) and with the use of HTTPS:// instead of HTTP://. SSL encrypts the path between the browser and server. If you run an e-commerce website or collect any user information on your website you'll want to have SSL. Learn more about it in our previous blog post!

Backups – To protect your website, you’ll want to routinely backup your site in case of accidents, hackers, a computer crash or other problems. Most hosting companies allow you to easily backup your website in the control panels. Backing up your data is critical in the event your computer is hacked or it does crash – you can still retain your important files and documents.

Server Maintenance – Conducting server maintenance is a standard practice for hosting companies. Check to see if your hosting company has a blog or published protocol of when/how they conduct maintenance. For example, PSPInc has a blog which we use to update our clients when we are conducting maintenance.

Types of Hosting

There are a few different types of hosting you need to know about. The first is “shared hosting,” which is the most popular option. Resources on one server are shared among multiple accounts. There may be a maximum amount of space you can use upon shared hosting but this is a more economical choice for most.

A “dedicated server” is a type of Internet hosting that allows clients to pay for their own server, which is not shared with anyone. This gives you full control over the server, and depending on the company, you may be able to decide which operating system and hardware are used. This is mainly used for websites with high volume traffic who need more hosting space.

And finally, “virtual private server (VPS) hosting” is a bit of a grey area that’s in-between shared and dedicated hosting. Although virtual private servers share physical hardware – they function more like dedicated servers. This will bring the cost of hosting down and allow you to control how much RAM (data storage) you are given without having to share that RAM with other accounts.

Customer Support

Support is something that can often be overlooked, but if an issue arises, you’ll want an experienced team behind you. People can visit your website at any time so you’ll want a company with 24/7 customer support for their servers. Most companies will offer phone, email, or chat support.
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What it Means to be 'In the Cloud'

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An Original Mainframe Compute... An Original Mainframe Computer
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Once upon a time, computing was limited to businesses with enough money to afford big, centralized machines known as “mainframes.” (See image above.)

Today, even our smart phones are more powerful than those big mainframe computers of yesterday. During the 20th century, with the evolution of personal computers and internet, we became empowered with quick access to information and faster processes. In the 21st century, smart phones and tablets revolutionized and mobilized our internet and computer access.

Now we’ve entered the age of “cloud computing,” which is “a type of Internet-based computing that provides shared computer processing resources and data to computers and other devices on demand,” according to wikipedia.org.

More simply, cloud computing means storing and filing data on the internet versus on your computer’s hard drive. So when you hear someone say a file or photo is “in the cloud,” they’re likely saying they’ve saved it within an online network that is connected to our computers and devices for easy information retrieval and file sharing – wherever you happen to be. By putting files in the cloud, you reduce the storage taken up on your hard drive and you gain the ability to pull up a document remotely from any device.

Before cloud computing became popular in business, we had to process information on our computers and on-site company servers. Many big companies like Amazon and Google have always needed big data centers with powerful computers. Technically, in the cloud those companies now have data centers, infrastructures, and computers connected to each other online.

Now that cloud computing is available, many content providers are moving into the cloud. For example, your accounting software might have been on a server in your office before cloud computing. Now software companies offer their solutions in the cloud so you don’t have to install it on the server in your office. In fact, they won’t charge you to purchase or download such software, but rather charge you a subscription fee instead, or charge based on your usage.

In the end, many businesses are now running in the cloud instead of owning the centralized servers and software. The benefit of being in the cloud is being able to use various applications and IT resources and have unlimited storage for files that are backed up and easier to share.
#PSPinc #Blog #CloudComputing #CloudTechnology #SmallBusiness #Internet

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Storage Firmware Update

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Storage Firmware Update
On Saturday Nov 28th 5-7 AM (US Pacific Standard Time), we will be upgrading
the firmware for our storage system. We do not expect any downtime during this time, however we have a standby machines just in case. If you experience any problem, please report to support@pspinc.com

Thank you for choosing PSPINC hosting service.
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We have been around.

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We have been around.
Even before people talked about cloud, PSPINC was providing Internet services to small businesses. Established 1987, Internet service since 1996.
http://www.pspinc.com
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Web Site Compromised

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Web Site Compromised
One of the customers' website was hacked and was not able to access the administrator screen. We believe the compromise is limited to one domain but if you have problem accessing your website or administrator screen, please contact us immediately.

For people who use WordPress on your website, please make sure all the components are up to date and update the administrator password.
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Create Stunning One Page Web

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Create Stunning One Page Web
Using HopTile, people without any HTML knowledge and design experience can create a single page website that mobile ready.

http://www.hoptile.com <- Register and use it for free.
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Domain + Email + Web

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Domain + Email + Web
PSPINC's DreamersI is designed for small business to take care of

(1) Domain Registration and Management
(2) Email using your own Domain
(3) DIY Web Development and Maintenance

We provide all those online or if you need assistance, we are here to help you. If you already have all of above but not happy with your provider, we will help you move to our platform at no cost to you.

Just call PSPINC at 1-800-232-3989 or 425-957-0808
Or Email us at info@pspinc.com
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HopTile is Free

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HopTile is Free
Create stunning one page web site using HopTile. It is free!

http://www.hoptile.com
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Email Trouble?

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You cannot operate your business without Email … That is the fact. If your email system giving you trouble and cannot send or receive email, give PSPINC's email service a try. PSPINC provides email service with latest and most reliable technologies available today. Build from the ground up by our R&D department, our email servers process email faster than any other software.

If you want to upgrade to the latest email service, please contact PSPINC at 1-800-232-3989 to 425-957-0808.

http://www.dreamrersi.com
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Web Developers Needed

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Web Developers Needed
We would like to offer our Domain+Email+Web service to Web developers. Instead of just offering web development services, consider providing full array of Internet related services to your clients. When you become our partner, you can offer all the Internet server services, have full access to our programming and support team, and best of all you generate recurring revenue.

Please contact PSPINC at

1-800-232-3989 or 425-957-0808 or info@pspinc.com
or vist http://www.pspinc.com
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