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Types of Cloud Storage

Types of Cloud Storage: Cloud storage refers to the storage of online data in a cloud environment, which can include multiple connected computing resources. The term cloud to describe computing networks first came into common use in the 1990s, but it did not become popular until Amazon used it in 2006 to describe EC2. Types […]

What is VPS – Virtual Private Servers

What is VPS – A virtual private server (VPS) is a cost-effective way for a small business to gain more flexibility and efficiency than is offered with shared hosting without the expense associated with running a dedicated server. Most small businesses also don’t need all the power of a dedicated server, so VPS provides a […]

Types of Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is a broad term which refers to a collection of services that offer businesses a cost-effective solution to increase their IT capacity and functionality. Depending on their specific requirements, businesses can choose where, when and how they use cloud computing to ensure an efficient and reliable IT solution. Below we explore the different […]

Why cloud providers use Virtual Servers

Virtual Servers – Virtualization, as the word explains, is a separation of the physical infrastructures to create various dedicated resources. The term is often seen coupled with cloud computing and you always wonder – Why are virtual servers so important? Here comes the answer: Why cloud providers use Virtual Servers Saying it straight and clear, […]

Full Form of ASP

Full Form of ASP – ASP stands for Active Server Page. ASP was developed by Microsoft to allow programmers to create a dynamic website. It is the first server side script engine and now has been superseded by ASP.NET. ASP is an HTML page that includes one or more scripts. Scripts are processed by an […]

What are the types of Web Server?

Every Website sits on a computer known as a Web server. This server is always connected to the internet. Every Web server that is connected to the Internet is given a unique address made up of a series of four numbers between 0 and 255 separated by periods. For example, or When you […]