Google announced its latest operating system offering and it was received with mixed results. The main reason for this was the confusion surrounding the actual purpose of Google Chrome OS.
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With web hosting customers being around the world in many different time zones, trying to cater to all of them with regard to support can be a very large challenge. Most web hosting providers cannot realistically keep their offices and centers open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. The solution is to incorporate outsourced support solutions. Of those providers using this solution, the trend is to go with support centers that have English speaking operators and quite often are located in India.
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In these economic times when keeping to a budget and watching every dollar that goes out is the norm, sometimes it is prudent to keep in mind that inexpensive doesn’t always equate to completely above board and legal business practices. One area of concern is that of “cheap” web hosting. While a majority of web hosting providers that offer low monthly fees are very legitimate and not out to scam their customers, there are a few bad apples to be found.
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Pronounced “whiz-e-wig”, the acronym WYSIWYG stands for “What You See Is What You Get.” The acronym is used in conjunction with HTML editing programs. WYSIWYG editors use a GUI (graphical user interface) to allow users to create web pages without the knowledge of HTML.
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When hosting with one of thousands of web hosting providers, we are led to believe that nothing nefarious could occur within the hosting provider itself. An unapproved account upgrade is not something usually on the list of web hosting concerns. It rarely occurs, but it is not altogether unknown. On the extremely rare occasion it does happen, what can we do to remedy the situation and ensure it does not happen in the future?
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When searching for web hosting providers, it is seen quite often – “100% Up-time Guarantee.” The premise behind the statement is that one’s web site will never be offline. Ever. On the surface, this sounds like a fantastic deal but in reality, it simply cannot be completely accurate. It’s a phrase that says one thing but truly means another.
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