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6 Ways Cloud Server Hosting Can Help Grow Your Business

There are many benefits of cloud server hosting, which can have a measurable impact on increasing your profitability, and controlling your bottom line costs. Entrusting the maintenance of your applications, content and data to a reliable, trustworthy provider like Server Mania is a strategic investment you can make in your business, providing six strategic advantages.

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What Exactly Is “void 0” – And What’s It For?

Hey there, folks! Today, we’re going to talk all about one very specific command in JavaScript: “void (0)”, also seen as “void 0”. It’s a quirky command; one whose purpose many aren’t entirely clear on. To confuse things even more, there’s also an error message: “javascript:void(0)” that is basically unrelated. We’ll talk about both to clear up the confusion. Let’s see if we can clear things up a bit. Shall we begin?

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Why You Can’t Afford Not To Protect Yourself From DDoS Attacks

On February 11, 2014; Cloudflare’s European and U.S. data centers very nearly had their networks taken offline by the largest Distributed Denial of Service attack in history. Directed at one of Cloudflare’s customers, malicious traffic at the time of the attack topped 400 Gbps, taking place over a new – and previously undefended – attack vector. Worse still, many have pointed to this attack as a sign of worse things to come.

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Using noatime, And Related Gems In Linux’s fstab

One of the more important configuration files in Linux is the File Systems Tab: fstab. Generally located in the /etc/ directory, it’s used to define how stuff should be mounted into Linux. What that means is that if you have a decent idea what you’re doing, you can enjoy some pretty significant performance increases on any servers you happen to be running, whether they’re physical or virtual.

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