Server operating systems are not created equal. There are many things to take into account when choosing an operating system to run on a dedicated server or a VPS. We’re going to take some time today and go over a some of the most important things a person… Read More
A Virtual Private Server, commonly called a “VPS,” is a virtual server. The way it works is simple. A dedicated server is split into many “containers” and each “container” is a separate “private server.” Each of these “containers” can function just like a dedicated server. Multitudes of operating… Read More
We’ve all, at some point, needed to check our disk usage. If it was on your desktop PC or laptop running OS X or Windows then it’s fairly simple to do. However when all you’ve got to hand… Read More
When setting up a new VPS, it is sometimes possible to overlook the little details. A lot of times, unless you are using a particular service it may get ignored. BIND is one of those services. Unfortunately, if left… Read More
Hello URPad customers!
We asked, and we most definitely received! Firstly, we would like to thank everyone who participated in our recent Feedback contest. It was a fantastic learning experience for us!
We have gone through all the entries and have picked the winners!
How Did We Choose the Winners?
We based our decisions on a few things:
Best constructive criticism Contestants understanding of the industry How reasonable the… Read More
Are you a web hosting company who is looking to expand into VPS hosting but don’t want to deal with the large upfront costs and overhead associated with it? Are you looking to create VPS hosting accounts for your friends, family, or co-workers? Want to have a flexible… Read More
Today – March 31, 2012 – is World Backup Day. Taking backups of your computer is critical and important, because there is no such thing as a “crash-proof” hard drive. All hard drives will crash – its not a matter of “if” the drives will crash, its a matter of when your drives will crash. World Backup Day… Read More