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  • CloudFlare Hosting Pros and Cons

    Last Updated: November 13, 2014

    CloudFlare is a content distribution network that has a range of other features, including quality security features. Despite being a relatively new company, having only started in 2009, they have a very good reputation. They claim that they are able to improve the speed and performance of a website, which is always important. They also […]

  • 4 Startling Facts About Ecommerce Cloud Hosting

    Last Updated: November 11, 2014

    Today, many companies are realizing that going digital is essential, and that embracing the cloud is not just the future – it is the present. Businesses want to implement ecommerce solutions so they can gain more sales, naturally. They want the ecommerce experience to be high quality for their customers, as well. Some have tried […]

  • Top 4 Action Games that Make Heavy Use of Dedicated Servers

    Last Updated: November 10, 2014

    Few things are as fun or exciting as competing against other players in online battles. Whether you are playing on one of the new consoles, such as a PS4 or an Xbox One, or you are a PC gamer, multiplayer action titles can provide countless hours of enjoyment. However, the experience sometimes tends to suffer. […]

  • Why Cloud Hosting + Minecraft = Love

    Last Updated: November 04, 2014

    Minecraft is more than a mere game; it is a phenomenon and it has taken the gaming world by storm. Many people who do not even consider themselves gamers play Minecraft regularly. This powerful and addicting game, created in Java, separates itself from other games in a number of ways. Essentially, it is an open […]

  • The Ultimate Guide to Amazon Cloud Pricing

    Last Updated: November 03, 2014

    Amazon Web Services has a wide range of different tools and services available, and they have continued with the basic pricing tiers they’ve had since they started, despite the additional services. They do not require any of their users to sign a long-term contract, and users will only pay for the services they use. It […]