Different Web Hosting Types Explained

Let’s first talk about web hosting. If you want to construct a website or have an email address on the internet with your own domain name, then you need to have web hosting.

Web hosting can be best described as storage for the files (images, texts, code, databases and emails) that make your website live so that other people can use your domain name and see your site. Each storage area sits on a server (a computer that is accessible by the Internet) and has an address (domain name). When that address / domain name is typed into the browser, it tracks down the correct storage unit and let’s us view what is inside. If there is no web hosting, there can be no way for the web browser to find and view the website.
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Save The Internet

Here’s a video by my favorite youtube channel guys explaining what net neutratlity is and why should we need to step up today to keep the internet the way it should be. You may also want to read what the geeky sounding net neutrality is all about. There’s a simple explanation given by medianama about … Continue reading Save The Internet

Why Tumblr

I have nothing but respect for WordPress as blogging/CMS software and as an Open Source project. I just don’t have time to keep up so much stuff anymore for my personal blog. Every release means I have to upgrade plugins and core software for security, etc., and I upgrade for my company’s website anyways, but … Continue reading Why Tumblr

Why IPv6 and does it matter?

To answer why IPv6, simply put we need it because the Internet is running out of room.Today, IPv4 is used to describe the network address to almost all smartphones, PCs, servers, and Internet-enabled refrigerators so that other devices can exchange data. For example, your computer needs to know the IP address of TOI(Times of India) … Continue reading Why IPv6 and does it matter?