In the current global financial climate of recession fears and general turmoil, your website may be one of your best tools for maintaining some financial stability and a steady stream of income.
E-mail is probably the most essential communications tool used by companies and online businesses around the world. Apart from the convenience of e-mail communications, they are also virtually free and immediate.
That’s a question that has several different answers and can be looked at from a few different perspectives. But in the interest of simplicity, let’s just take a quick look at some of the issues that you’ll be facing if you’re considering when or if you should commit to a dedicated server.
Ask the average person how many user names and passwords they have for various accounts, subscriptions, etc., and they’ll likely have to think for several moments before coming up with an answer. Even then they may omit a few of them unintentionally; such is the nature of modern life, where digital accounts are abundant and password protection is a standard.
The IE Domain Registry (IEDR) has awarded the Annual Domain Registry Achievement Award to LetsHost. As one of Ireland’s leading domain registration and web hosting companies, the Award recognises LetsHost as being one of the most significant contributors to the growth and development of dot.ie registrations in the past year.
We are delighted to announce that the IEDR have today increased the number of zone reloads from 2 to 4. They have also increased the frequency of the reloads from 5 to 7 days a week.
Anyone who has worked with computer files of any sort has experienced it before – saving over a file or losing data when a computer crashes or a hard drive becomes corrupt. The results can be nothing short of disastrous. And while there is no way to eliminate the unforeseen in your daily business and IT environment, there is a way to insure against outright tragedy in your web hosting solution.
There are literally hundreds of thousands of web pages online about Google, many of them noting the various specifications and variables that the search behemoth utilises in the process of ranking websites for user searches. That ranking mechanism is known as the Google “algorithm” and it takes into account such a myriad of factors that to view a representation of the algorithm in the form of a mathematical equation is mind-boggling.
If you’ve registered a domain name, have your hosting account, and are now ready to take the next big step in creating your first website, there are some important questions that you’ll have to answer first.
There are a variety of free methods of placing one’s business online, including free hosting accounts that feature “semi-custom” domains, social networking websites, and advertising options that will provide potential customers with your business’s location and contact information (but little else).