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What To Consider When Migrating From HTTP to HTTPS
by James Cummings July 05, 2017
HTTP is an acronym that means Hypertext Transfer Protocol - a protocol that allows for transfer of information between different systems. HTTPS means almost the same thing except for the added “s” which stands for “SSL”. SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer - a technology that encrypts a website’s connection and prevents hackers from intercepting communication or data that is being transferred. The added security feature that comes with the “s” is something HTTP severely lacks.

How to Put Your Technical Skills to Good Use
by Derek Iwasiuk June 01, 2017
Have you got technical skills that you're not using to their full potential? Unfortunately, a large number of people who have many different technical talents don't realize just how valuable these talents are.

How to Enhance your Site Security Using Advanced DNS Settings
by Kumar V February 22, 2017
In the broadest sense, DNS is essentially an address book that maps domain names (like google.com) to their respective IP addresses (like 64.233.160.0).

Eight Untapped keyword research Sources
by Nathan Gomez December 09, 2015
Boosting your online presence will be a result of a smart use of the keywords.

Mere "Reseller" is Gone, "Web Services Reseller" is IN
by Nikita Jassuja July 06, 2009
The term Web Services simply states Web Based Software Application Services; reseller is a middle-man who sells web services on someone else's server. Reselling schemes vary widely.

10 Questions To Get Answered Before Choosing A Web Host
by Amy Armitage June 19, 2009
If you are just now getting up to speed in this area, it is important that you know how quickly things change in this industry.

Key Tips for Choosing The Best Hosting For Your Personal Website
by Amy Armitage May 08, 2009
So much selection can make it difficult for you to decide where it's best to host your personal website.

Will Google Chrome Win the Browser War in 2009?
by Adward Chan January 19, 2009
Google Chrome is a wonderful browser with a simple and clean user interface. It is quite different form IE 8 and FireFox 3. Based on the features of Google Chrome, can it win the browser war in 2009? We will review the special features of Google Chrome.

Web Hosting How To
by Mayank Bhatnagar November 04, 2008
Web hosting terms explained for the non-geeks. Find out what to look for when choosing a hosting plan.

How to Get Started with IDNs - 14 Tips, Techniques and Resources
by Jeff Behrendt May 12, 2008
When it comes to making money in domaining, there are many strategies. But if you are looking to capitalize on one strategy that holds a lot of potential, you should check out IDNs.

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