Website migrations are succeeded by DNS changes. A well planned change minimizes downtime and DNS propagation delays that follows every migration. You don’t want to create a panic among your customers when their emails are lost during the switch or if their websites are inaccessible from their location.
It is always a best practice to maintain the copy of all migrated accounts at the old host for a few more days so that the websites remain online for customers whose web/mail requests are still served by the old server. Their ISP’s caching DNS servers/resolvers still serve cached DNS information to clients even after you have pointed the domain to a location. Read More
Promises are made to be broken…This may sound depressing but it is often true when it comes to dubious web hosting providers. If you are frustrated with the restrictions and limitation of your current hosting environment, you are not alone. If your customers are often greeted with the ‘Error: The page cannot be displayed’, and you are re-learning the laws of gravity of what goes up comes down with your website, you might be thinking about a switch. So should you keep shelling dough for your incompetent web hosting or should you make a switch? Read More
Constant connectivity, rapidly evolving technologies, and fierce competition has changed the retail world entirely. With almost any product available with a click or swipe, online shopping has become a norm. Today’s consumers are spoilt for choices when it comes to e-commerce websites. With too many options and too little time, today’s consumers are impatient and have increasingly shorter attention span. In order to keep up and ensure that online shoppers buy from your website, you need to grab their attention and keep them engaged while making their shopping experience simple, easy and pleasant. Read More
InterServer, the premier web hosting provider announced a ‘Price Lock Guarantee’ program to further simply its product offering and distinguish itself from the competition. Price lock guarantee is one of the major initiatives by InterServer as a part of overall value packaging designed to guard InterServer’s customers’ against cost-overruns and operational risks usually borne by them when it comes to hosting industry. The price a consumer signs up for with InterServer is their guaranteed lifetime locked in price, with no special conditions, exclusions and fine print whatsoever.
“With a slogan of “while times may change, our commitment to our customers never waivers!” Read More
The new app allows businesses to manage and view their Cloud VPS hosting from a mobile device for free.
InterServer.net, a lasting web hosting provider with over 16 years of experience, announces the launch of the InterServer.net mobile app. Businesses and individuals are able to quickly view and manage their Cloud VPS hosting service from an iPhone with the free app, now available on the App Store.
“We are excited to release our first mobile application to the public,” said Michael Lavrik, Director of Business Development at InterServer. “After over 16 years of providing quality web hosting, we look forward to continuing further development as technology changes.” Read More
All InterServer Dedicated Servers now come standard with 10Tb Data Transfer. The increase is an additional 4Tb over the previous 6Tb transfer. All existingcustomers who have purchased a dedicated server with the default allocation of 6Tb have also been upgraded.
InterServer dedicated servers start at $59 per month.
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Interserver – Celebrate the Children and Green Vision Inc.
At Interserver we work under the mindset that giving back is what it’s all about. Each quarter we donate all of our old hardware to Celebrate the Children in Denville, N.J. which is a school for children with alternative learning styles.
Our old equipment is used to help students work with their hands while developing a new skill sets through a different set of activities. The students take their time learning how dismantle all the different types of hardware ranging from servers, motherboards, cpu’s, and various other types of networking equipment. Read More
With the web in an uproar over privacy and encryption, the newbie webmaster might get overwhelmed with all the acronyms, technical details and server configurations. Deciphering the content on popular wikis such as Wikipedia just makes it more frustrating when descriptions get too technical. Here is a breakdown of SSL, what it can do for you, why it’s important and some simple steps to get your own website encrypted.
What is SSL?
SSL stands for “secured sockets layer.” Whenever you prefix a domain address with “HTTPS,” you’re sending encrypted communication across the Internet to a web server. Read More
When the Internet was defined, original creators used 32-bit (IPv4) addresses for each host in the cloud. The addresses allowed about 4.3 billion unique addresses. These addresses were the foundation of the TCP/IP protocol and communication over the Internet. Each address had to be unique for communication to succeed, but decades later the Internet has depleted its IP address pool. Recognizing the issue, engineers have introduced the new IPv6 address pool.
How Computers Communicate on the Internet
Before discussing the specifics of IPv6, it’s important to understand how computers communicate over the Internet. Read More