I think you’ll agree with me that choosing the best server for a small business can be a difficult process. With so many server types, processors, hard drive, and other options to choose from, it’s almost impossible to know where to begin. If you want to know how to setup a server for a small business, you're in the right place.
Hybrid and Cloud servers are both virtual server platforms that each have their own distinct advantages. To those new to the hosting industry, the differences between the two products can be a bit confusing. In this article, we’ll walk you through the difference between Hybrid and Cloud servers so you can make an informed decision.
In the last few years, SMB IT spending grew slowly while the scope of IT operations expanded rapidly. In 2017, SMBs spent $574 billion on IT. IDC projects IT spending will reach $684 billion by next year, an increase of less than 20 percent in four years. Over the same period, the push to ever greater digitization accelerated. Businesses expect IT professionals to do more with less, fostering a need for increased cost-efficiency.
We're privileged at ServerMania to be surrounded by a team of enthusiastic and passionate experts in each of their fields. This week, I sat down with our marketing coordinator, Ayolt to learn more about his career and what he thinks makes ServerMania such a great place to work.
SQL databases are the backbone of the web. Although MongoDB and other NoSQL databases have become more popular in the last decade, 60 percent of databases on the web are SQL. NoSQL databases are great for unstructured data, and they work well with JSON-based web applications, but SQL-powered relational database management systems remain the best choice for applications of all types.
Large public cloud hosting providers like Google Cloud and AWS EC2 have been dominating the hosting space for the past few years. But how do major cloud providers compare in pricing and features to ServerMania Cloud and Dedicated Servers?
Cloud servers and dedicated servers both play an important role in the IT infrastructure of most modern businesses. As many organizations are considering the move from more traditional hosting platforms like Dedicated servers, it’s important for you to understand what each server type is in order to choose the right one for your application.
No one enjoys shopping on an ecommerce site that is slow. Since the dawn of ecommerce, studies have shown that higher latencies cause higher bounce rates and lower conversion rates. Performance optimization is critical to ecommerce sales and profitability. But what is a viable ecommerce performance target in 2020? And what can ecommerce retailers do to give shoppers the best possible experience?
In the first quarter of 2019, the enterprise Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) industry generated over $23 billion. In 2018, the average business spent $340,000 on SaaS products, 78% more than the previous year. The majority of U.S. businesses use SaaS web applications to support critical operations, creating a vast market for application developers.
Nearly every business is constantly on the lookout for reliable technology solutions that can easily scale for future growth. You may have an app you have developed and are currently searching for SaaS hosting providers, or maybe you are currently managing your own servers and are looking for an independent third party.
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.