Question: How much does it cost to create a datacenter? Answer: The answer to this question will vary. You can turn a dorm room into a datacenter if you wanted to. Any room can technically be a “datacenter” if you wanted to. The cost to create a datacenter will have to include some basic costs: […]
Question: Is it alright to host a lot of videos with GoDaddy web hosting? Answer: If you have permission from the copyright owner or are the copyright owner than there shouldn’t be an issue with copyright. What could be an issue is performance of your web hosting account. The shared web hosting accounts with many […]
If you are running WordPress 4.7.1 or if any of your customers are running this version of WordPress then you need to update ASAP. There is a major security issue with version 4.7.1 and you should update immediately to version 4.7.2. Failure to update your WordPress to the latest version can lead to your site […]
If you ain’t getting the best pricing with your existing cloud provider then you should! If you shop around then you can probably find a better price. If your organization is spending a lot of money with one cloud provider then you should definitely try shopping around to save money. Not 3 but 5 big […]
Google Cloud and Amazon AWS are often touted as the go to cloud providers by many organizations and media outlets. So who else is out there that can match and outperform Google Cloud and Amazon AWS? IBM, Oracle, and Microsoft are two companies that many people forget to mention! If you are reaching for access […]
The company behind Snapchat has filed to go public. Here are some interesting tidbits from the company’s filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. 1. Snap will continue to prioritize development of it’s iOS application over the Android version. The company plans to make the Android version of Snapchat up to date with the iOS […]
If you are deciding between RHEL or CentOS then the difference is a clear. CentOS is the freeware alternative to RHEL. While Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) will require a license from Red Hat to use. RHEL also comes with technical support for the duration of whatever license you purchase. With CentOS you are responsible […]
If your web server is using Exim then the error logs are probably located at: /var/log/exim_mainlog /var/log/exim_rejectlog /var/log/exim_paniclog You can use your control panel to view the content of the above error logs or you can view them via SSH. To view the error logs via SSH you can use nano.