When first venturing on a new startup, it’s natural to divide responsibilities between founders and early employees. There is so much to be done that there is no time to stop and think about redundancy and replication.
If I offered you $10 now and $15 next week, which would you choose? Depending on your personality, you might think the obvious choice is to wait until next week and get 50% more money, but studies in psychology have shown that the majority of people take the money and run.
The effect is called intertemporal discounting, and it — in part — explains why we so often hear about security breaches which could have been avoided.Read More
One of the most persistent myths about the public cloud is that it isn’t — and in principle cannot be — as secure as a bare metal platform. It intuitively makes sense that an infrastructure hosting platform based on a multi-tenant model in which the underlying hardware layer is shared cannot be as secure as a private platform. After all, the public cloud is all about sharing data with a third-party vendor.Read More
In order to stay competitive, businesses are being forced to become more flexible and mobile. But allowing certain data and applications to be accessed outside of the office presents a new set of security risks for organizations.
There’s a mantra that’s all too commonly repeated in the small business sector – the notion that upwards of 80% of businesses fail, usually within the first year. It’s an intimidating figure; one that drives home the difficulty of success as an entrepreneur.
Unless you’re some sort of hyper-dynamic entrepreneur (or simply a freelancer), there’s a good chance that your business cannot survive without employees. It’s important that you try to hire only the most dedicated, passionate, and talented people – and even more vital that you take measures to retain them. A big part of that is keeping them happy.
Whether you’re storing your information in a digital environment or on a physical server, it should go without saying that you need to keep it properly backed up. After all, no server installation is perfect, and there’s always a chance that something will go wrong.
Deciding what infrastructure to use for your application is a daunting task. A large number of factors need to be considered before deciding on infrastructure such as cost, agility, flexibility, stability, availability, and so on. Depending on the size and shape of your business, you can turn the knobs of these factors and end up using different kinds of infrastructures. We, at ServerMania, have advised many businesses to help decide what infrastructure suits them the best considering their options. In this blog post, we hope to cover some of the things that we consider while advising businesses to go for one option over another.
Looking for a well-rounded and powerful processor? The month of March marked the third year anniversary of the Intel Xeon E3-1270 V6 processors and we at ServerMania have been offering this powerhouse since its initial release. Since then, it’s remained one of our most popular and sought after dedicated servers.
If you are looking for a new revenue stream for your business, affiliate marketing is a great place to start. It’s an easy and passive way to earn additional revenue each month if you have a website or clientbase that may have a need for servers. In this article, we’ll introduce you to the ServerMania affiliate program and share our 4 tips for success.