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How to Reduce the Size of Your WordPress Database

The maintenance of your WordPress website is almost as important as it’s initial development. At first, you do not have to worry about it, but in time, you will add a lot of new data on your website that can… Continue Reading →

Linux Kernel 5.10 LTS Released

An all-new Linux kernel release is here, so in this post we do our level best to rundown the core changes and key features ticking away at the heart of it. Linux 5.10 is the latest mainline kernel update (as… Continue Reading →

CentOS Linux is dead—and Red Hat says Stream is “not a replacement”

On Tuesday, Red Hat CTO Chris Wright and CentOS Community Manager Rich Bowen each announced a massive change in the future and function of CentOS Linux. Moving forward, there will be no CentOS Linux—instead, there will (only) be CentOS Stream. Originally announced… Continue Reading →

WordPress Version: To Hide or Not to Hide?

There is a security tip that can be seen often on the Internet. Articles and tutorials about WordPress security tend to say that hiding your WordPress version enhances the security of your website. In fact, you can even find that… Continue Reading →

BitNinja – The Road to Success with the new Browser Integrity Check Feature

One of the major challenges as a web hosting provider is keeping all our servers and all customers’ websites secured. We always prioritise security, making sure to implement all possible active and passive measures in order to block all attacks… Continue Reading →

Why You Should Always Use the Latest Version of WordPress

With new WordPress updates often come questions like: “Should I update my website now?” The answer is, and will always be: “Yes, you should definitely do it right away!” This article is to explain exactly that. We will cover the… Continue Reading →

5 Of The Most Popular eCommerce Hosting Scripts

Managing your own online store is a good way of establishing your online brand and if you perform well, then you can also expect good amount of income through it. If you have started an online store as an additional… Continue Reading →

DigitalOcean vs AWS Cloud Platform : Which One Will You Choose?

Cloud platform makes your data elastic! Literally, you can upscale or downscale your data on a cloud platform. On any cloud platform, all the resources are shared among different servers by keeping security as a primary requirement. That means the… Continue Reading →

Understanding MX Record

MX stands for Mail Exchange Records. MX records are DNS settings associated with your domain that direct its mail to the servers hosting your users’ mail accounts. MX records are used in DNS records (or Zone files) to specify how email should… Continue Reading →

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