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LetsHost formally announces the launch of its new shared Windows hosting service. Build on a highly redundant and reliable Cloud platform, it outperforms almost every other shared hosting service available in Ireland today.
As some of you may have noticed from our Facebook page, we have "soft launched" a new service - The LH-CDN, or LetsHost Content Delivery Network, service is now up and running.
Last week, as some of you have found, we quietly launched our new updated Customer Portal. This has taken months of work and aims to bring together all the management of the services we sell in to one single, easy to use interface. We have ironed out a few small bugs over the past week, and are now delighted to announce the official launch.
SSL stands for "Secure Sockets Layer." Secure Sockets Layer is a protocol designed to enable applications to transmit information between each other securely. SSL is the most widely deployed security protocol used today.
There is so much talk about Facebook these days, with more and more people signing up each day, but it is often considered to be nothing more than a fun way to chat to your friends and share some photos. If you are of this opinion, you would be wrong.
Internet advertising, also known as online advertising or web advertising may be one of the most effective advertising methods used, as it provides the ability to target specific markets while they are surfing the Internet.
I have a domain example.ie and I want to change the nameservers so that I can point it towards a hosting account with another provider.
So how does it work? Every computer on the internet is given a specific number called an IP address that can uniquely identify that computer on a network.
A sitemap is a collection of hyperlinks that outlines a website's structure. These links allow visitors to quickly navigate to any section of a website listed in the sitemap.
WordPress has become one of, if not, the most popular pieces of software for bloggers the world over. However, this rise in popularity has not gone unnoticed by the darker side of the Internet. Hackers, crackers and spammers all looking for an easily exploitable website that they can break in to and use for their own nefarious purposes.