Posted On 13 Mon 2015 by AryanIct.Com

 
Whether you’re planning to set up a new gaming server rig, an office dev server, or a production hosting server, normally the hardest part is determining the correct hardware to get your specific job done. Questions will arise. What kind of server do I need? Do you need a single CPU or would two be better? Will this chassis support the motherboard I just ordered? Do I need a raid card? Will this RAM even work? With so many hardware options available, ordering and building a server properly is challenging for novices and experts... ...read more
 
 
 

Posted On 13 Mon 2015 by AryanIct.Com

 
WordPress powers approximately 50% of all the websites online around the world. This means that it is a very attractive platform for hackers to try and compromise as it gives them the ability to take down many websites in just one go. We’ve prepared this guide to help you understand the risks and threats as well as explaining how you can defend against them. Choose a custom username and strong password The default WordPress login is “admin” and all WordPress hackers know this. Usernames can only be changed... ...read more
 
 
 

Posted On 13 Mon 2015 by AryanIct.Com

 
How many times have you been put off by scores of spam mails when you open your email client, hoping to be able to find that elusive contract mail from a client? Website owners and administrators would vouch for the fact that there is hardly anything as irritating as being caught in a flood of spam mails. And when you are left battling it out without a complex spam avoiding and removing tool, the irritation heightens into sheer anger and frustration. Thankfully, cPanel takes care of your administrative troubles dealing with spam mails... ...read more
 
 
 

Posted On 13 Mon 2015 by AryanIct.Com

 
Call it what you want, a giant boondoggle or the greatest thing to happen to commerce since money, but the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has revealed the applications for the new generic Top-Level Domains (gTLD). These aren’t your COMs and NETs from way back in 2011, but the .COKE and .FATBABY or whatever you can conjure and afford. There were some surprises, like the multitude of companies going after .APP does not include Apple, Inc., and Google went bonkers, applying for more than 100 new domain... ...read more
 
 
 

Posted On 13 Mon 2015 by AryanIct.Com

 
Many of us remember when Flash was the “only” way to enhance user experience and create rich media interactivity. It was a bittersweet integration, though … Many users didn’t have the browser compatibility to use it, so some portion of your visitors were left in the dark. Until recently, that user base was relatively small — the purists who didn’t want Flash or the people whose hardware/software couldn’t support it. When Apple decided it wouldn’t enable Flash on the iPhone/iPad, web... ...read more
 
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Posted On 13 Mon 2015 by AryanIct.Com

 
If you’ve been into web hosting long, you may know of all the different control panels. You know their nuances and differences, as well as the strengths of each: But the sad truth is, we often forget these things, and wind up using the same control panel out of habit. If that’s you, then take this refresher on the two most popular panels around, cPanel and Plesk. We’ll dive into both, and get right down to the nitty gritty competitive nature of each. What is cPanel And Plesk, Anyway? For those more familiar with... ...read more
 
 
 

Posted On 13 Mon 2015 by AryanIct.Com

 
SOPA, the Stop Online Piracy Act, is a proposed bill that would allow owners of intellectual property to block or disable any website that they consider infringes on their intellectual property. Unfortunately, the bill takes a “carpet bombing” approach to piracy and gives intellectual property owners unprecedented powers in being able to take websites down without any sort of due process. The bill goes so far that many people have renamed it the “Stop Online Privacy Act” because it infringes on both privacy... ...read more