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Make the Most of Your Hosting Decision
Making the decision to host your applications and data can be a strategic one for your business. This white paper outlines what you need to know to make the best choice for your company, whether you’re looking for performance, security, scalability, or services. Download now to learn more.
A Guide to Maximizing Benefits and Controlling Risk in the Cloud
Cloud computing has the potential to drive costs down and increase efficiencies. Based on analysts’ projections, the investment in cloud is continually growing. But what are the best ways to maximize the value of that spend? This white paper outlines how to maximize the benefits for your organization, and limit cloud sprawl.
A Discussion of DDoS, IoT, and Hosting
Recent Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks have presented a major threat to the internet, exposing weaknesses in the design. In this white paper we review DDoS attacks, explain how the Internet of Things (IoT) can leave you vulnerable, the affects DDoS attacks may have on your organization in terms of hosting, and how to prevent them.
A Comprehensive Overview of the Hybrid Cloud
Many companies are now considering a hybrid approach to cloud solutions as they seek cost-effective business strategies. As IT buyers consider hybrid cloud environments, this paper outlines what can make a hybrid cloud successful, the benefits, and what to look for in a hybrid cloud platform.
What is PCI Compliance and how do I attain it?
Exponential growth in ecommerce—online sales are now growing four times faster than offline sales—has led to an increase in credit card information stored and transmitted across the Internet over the past decade. This large, decentralized repository of cardholder data also represents a growing set of risks for credit card issuers, financial institutions and merchants accepting payments via the web. As a result, the payment card industry has formalized its processes in response to the growing instances of security breaches due to compromised cardholder information.
How Much is Your Hosting Really Costing You?
Managed hosting is a concept designed to offer small-to-medium-sized businesses a cost-effective server-management solution- through ongoing security updates, OS patches, server monitoring, DNS management and much more. Find out if managed hosting is right for your business by learning more about the concept, the different features and plans, the benefits each offers and specifically what questions you need to ask before you buy.