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Did you know that approximately 70% of SMEs and over 80% of large organizations have been breached? It’s been common for some people to click on phishing email links without thinking about its rattle but that is about to change. If your webpage is not secure, you could lose traffic thanks to Google’s Chrome browser move to flag sites that don’t use HTTPS encryption.
If you are wondering whether your webpage is secure or not and what to do if unsure, then this is your lucky day. We shall take you through webpage security determination, visitor options, and benefits of HTTPS safety.
While finding hosting for your website is essential, there are two main approaches you can choose to meet this need. Firstly, there is the option of securing a dedicated server, responsible exclusively for hosting and running your own websites. For some, the cheaper option of shared hosting is more appealing, for its lower comparative costs. Depending on the type of website you intend to operate, it may be obvious which of the two would be most suited. For most purposes, shared hosting will be adequate initially. But for anyone operating a website on a serious scale, or hoping to drive more considerable traffic numbers, the need for a dedicated server can quickly become more pressing.
VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) have helped companies and individuals make their Internet networks more secure and reliable. VPNs are important for many other reasons than simply just to unblock networks, and they’re becoming almost necessary for Internet security. Most companies are using VPNs nowadays, and if your company is not then you should consider using one. But aside from just using a VPN, you need to make sure you’re using the right VPN.
When considering a VPN service provider, be absolutely sure that this provider uses these technologies in order to keep both your connection and data secure.
Back in 2005, I was a newbie. Most of the “IT stuff” I know now was beyond my comprehension back then. Those were the days when I had recently fallen in love with blogs. Travel blogs, fitness blogs, blog this, blog that; I was all over the place. It was then that I decided to start one of my very own. The decision was made, the excitement kicked in, all the prerequisites were taken care of. There were no apparent bottlenecks and I was all set: daily blog entries for 3 months… check! A basic website design in WordPress… check! A blogging pro who can help me out…. check! What else? What else there is to consider? A web hosting service? Now that’s where I started to cringe! Back in 2005, I had no clue how to choose a web hosting service; in fact I didn’t know that services like these existed in the first place. I was a good writer but an idiot when it came to web hosting!
“Ask me no questions, and I’ll tell you no lies” – Oliver Goldsmith (1728 – 1774)
As the web hosting industry becomes more and more competitive,
customers are relying increasingly on various Web Hosting review site
rankings to help them separate the quality web hosting options from the
nightmare that can result from choosing the wrong host. But before you
choose your next host based on reviews or rankings, make sure the right
questions have been asked, and beware the lies in the promoted answers.
I’m sure we’ve all been through the process of finding a new web host
from time to time and unless you find one that comes highly
recommended, unless you’re spending $1,000’s each month they are very
much the same all over.