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Using an outsourced workforce is a reality in IT sphere nowadays. With all the benefits, which can be hardly overestimated, it can also get pretty tricky to keep up and maintain control over your remote employees’ performance as your project evolves over time. That’s why we decided to spread the word about our positive user experience with Hubstaff software that can help you to manage online projects and get a real time feed back from your distributed team, thus eventually saves your time and money.
Few days ago our interview was posted on the Webhosting Planet website, where we discussed the main areas of our company's services, their quality and protection. More details can be found below:
We are pleased to announce some updates in our Client Area:
- Added a button to disable Auto-renewal on services
- Configured automatic debiting of funds from the balance to unpaid invoices
So we added a new button for disabling the "Auto-renewal" inside each service in the Client Area.
If you have ordered the server via our website or other web hosting company you don't have access to the physical server and you have to login remotely to the server. So now we'll show how to login remotely to a Linux Virtual Private Server (VPS) using Secure Shell (SSH)
It is easy to gain directly access to the command line of your Linux VPS with SSH. This will allow you to execute Linux commands to control your server and manage files and directories and applications.
If you cannot find or recollect the password to your dedicated admin account or just would like to change it for higher security, there are a few ways you can do it. By the way, it is a good idea to alter a standard password right away after you have rented a server and you can also modify it from time to time to protect your server from hacking attacks.
VPS, or VDS, (which is abbreviation for Virtual Private Server / Virtual Dedicated Server) is probably the most attractive hosting solution today. It is an efficient alternative to both dedicated servers and shared hosting combining expanded opportunities with reasonable pricing.
Based on the latest research WordPress is the best content management system (CMS) in the Internet and about 30% of all sites use this platform. This service helps you easily create and modify your websites. The service is as simple as possible and easy, and most importantly - free. Therefore, in this article we will consider installing and configuring WordPress on your VPS server in a few clicks.
No matter which operating system is preinstalled on your virtual machine, you should understand that security of your server is a must. Below we have listed some pieces of advice on how to keep your VPS secure and protect it from malicious activity. While some tips can differ depending on the OS you are using, most general guides are applicable both for Windows and Unix-based virtual servers.
A dedicated server is a set of hardware rented by one customer for his exclusive disposal and not shared with anyone else. A VPS (or VDS) is a virtualized machine, which emulates a real server utilizing only a portion of hardware. VDS users obtain superuser rights and can configure their machines the way they like. One physical computer can be divided into multiple virtualized ones by means of specialized virtualization technique.