Cloud Hosting is a type of web hosting where the data of your website is stored across multiple servers. In other words, your website draws its storage resources from multiple servers. This architecture is fundamentally different from other types of hosting services. In Shared, VPS, and Dedicated Hosting, all your data is stored in one server. There may be backups elsewhere, but the main copy is always stored in one place.

In Cloud Hosting, the primary copy of the data resides in multiple servers. This type of architecture brings several advantages to your website. …


Data storage in web hosting has undergone a tremendous transformation. Storage devices used for web hosting are divided into two types — Hard Disk Drives and Solid State Drives. Conventionally, Hard Disk Drives (HDD) have been the preferred mode of storage for web hosting providers. However, with website owners looking to improve their website speed and performance, web hosting companies are offering robust and powerful Solid State Drives (SSD).

SSD-based web hosting plans are offered across all hosting types like SSD VPS, SSD Cloud, and SSD Dedicated Servers.

In this article, we will decode how SSD storage improves the performance…


When you open some websites, you see that they load instantly and you’re able to interact with the website with almost no time lag. However, with some other websites, the case is quite different. With these websites, you first see a blank white screen, then parts of a logo, and eventually, if you’ve not actually closed the website, you’ll see some content. This is because of a problem called latency.

So, what does latency mean? It’s the time delay between sending a request to a server and receiving content on your browser. There are several reasons for this delay. …


The coronavirus pandemic is far from being a thing in the past. As people adapt to this ‘new normal’, marketing strategies must be reinvented and adapted to current times as well. Considering Email marketing is a direct link between you and your customers, it is a vital channel to scale your marketing efforts.

However, the strategy behind email marketing has changed within the last couple of months or so. Initially, brands went all-in to talk about COVID-19 and what it meant for their customers. Innumerable emails containing the subject ‘A message from the team at… ’, ‘We’re all in this…


If you have a website and have been struggling to rank it at the top of search engine results, then you will know about SEO. SEO stands for Search Engine Optimisation, and it is extremely critical for a website.

It is a multilateral process which aims to increase the traffic of your website without advertising and ensures that your website ranks high in the SERP (Search Engine Results Page) rankings. So, if someone searches for aspects related to you online, for example, the products that you sell or the services you offer, you want your website to be featured at…


Considering the rising incidents of cyberattacks nowadays, data security is perhaps one of the top concerns for anyone involved in cybersecurity, owning an online business or anyone who has a digital presence. Data security fundamentally means that your data is securely stored where you want it to be, and no one else has any access to it. However, ensuring this isn’t that easy. Every day, we read about a new hack or a data breach. In each of these attacks, people are having their data stolen.

Apart from the general public getting concerned, the regulatory focus on privacy and security…


Active communication is a major cornerstone for any business. From the initial setting up of the business to growing it further, effectively communicating with existing as well potential customers is an essential task. With the growth of multichannel marketing and communication tools, it has become easier to reach, attract, inform and retain customers. However, the efficacy and simplicity of an email cannot be forgotten amidst the constant SMSs, WhatsApps and Social Media DMs. Emails have been and continue to be the most formal and effective way of communicating with not only your customers and clients, but also the internal stakeholders.


Imagine renting an apartment. Reseller Hosting is a bit like sub-renting that apartment to tourists instead of you staying there. Reseller Hosting is a type of hosting where a small company buys hosting resources from a web hosting provider and resells the hosting services to customers. Let’s break that down a bit.

Let’s say you want to start a Reseller Hosting business. You go to a hosting company and rent some server space and resources. At this point, instead of using that server space for your website, you re-rent that space to your customers.

With this setup, a Hosting Reseller…


Private Cloud

A Private Cloud, as the name suggests, is a Cloud infrastructure used by a single business. It can be a server onsite, or it could be physically located elsewhere. But, fundamentally, it’s there to serve the needs of just one business or organization. There are a few advantages of this setup. One, you don’t have to share hardware resources with anyone else. Second, it’s extensively customizable. You can set up everything to match your exacting requirements.

However, there is one big problem with Private Cloud. It’s expensive. In fact, Private Cloud is so expensive that small and medium-size businesses rarely…


Automatic website backups refer to backups that run automatically, without any human interference. The need for automatic backups is on a rise as manual backups can be insufficient, especially for websites that store a lot of personal information of their users (eCommerce) or that process a lot of data at any given point of time (high-traffic websites). With manual backups, if you don’t have a recent copy of your website, a data loss may lead to your website being out of date when it’s eventually restored.

Thus, manual backups, although necessary, are inadequate. An effective and comprehensive backup strategy entails…

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