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HEY THERE CLOUD EXPO ATTENDEE…we see you have come to the CosmoCredit Terms of Service page to investigate the rules and regulations of the Solar VPS CosmoCredit giveaway. Well, here they are: All prizes are applicable to base Windows and Linux Pods. Base Linux Pods consist of 2GB of Memory, 20GB of Disk Space, 1 TB of Bandwidth and 1 CPU Core. The value of our base Solar VPS Linux Pod is $17.50 per month. Base Windows Pods consist of 2GB of Memory, 40GB of Disk Space, 1 TB of Bandwidth and 1 CPU core. The value of our base Solar VPS Windows Pod is $29.50 per month. All additional services or higher resource allotments will be charged at cost. All prizes will be applicable for the time span defined. After the applicable time span expires, all services will be charged at cost to the contest customer. All customers are applicable to Solar VPS fraud check. If you wish to ... (more)

Explaining Cloud Services in Layman’s Terms

Everywhere you look, smart IT companies all over the world are touting Cloud Computing as the future of the IT industry. But here is the thing, for all the hotness of the term, what does Cloud even mean? The term is somewhat amorphous. It has multiple meanings to different people. For one person, the Cloud might mean the process of virtualizing all of the services needed to run an office. For someone else, the Cloud means syncing their iPad with their Macbook Pro and iPod via iCloud. For someone else, the Cloud might mean saving and sharing their files via Dropbox. For a fourth p... (more)

Web Hosting 101: The Best Web Hosting Solution For Your Business

Over the course of the coming weeks, we will be writing a weekly series title “Web Hosting 101.” The series will cover everything from tips on how to find the best web hosting company for your needs, to what technical specifications to look for when considering a web hosting provider, to the value of managed web hosting solutions and what to look for when researching wanted server add-ons. With this in mind, the first topic we’re going to cover is “a starter’s guide to web hosting.” Read on and find the article below the fold. “A Starter’s Guide to Web Hosting” If you’re a busin... (more)

Local Backups vs. Cloud Backups

With the Cloud becoming more and more popular for the public, a debate has popped up between Cloud providers and Cloud users. That debate centers around the use of Local Data Backups vs. Cloud Data Backups. For the vast majority of companies and personal tech consumers, the idea of storing your critically needed data locally makes sense. Use an external hard drive. Set a reoccurring backup time on a daily basis. Forget about ever backing up your data ever again. However, with the Cloud becoming more accessible to private consumers and companies of all sizes, local data backups ar... (more)

Keep Cloud Marketing Simple, Stupid

This is a topic our marketing team talks about all the time. On an almost daily basis our marketing teams chats about how to effectively market Cloud solutions to the web hosting market and the non web hosting market. The more important part of that statement is the later. The non web hosting market. For the longest time, as far as we can recall, the web hosting industry and web hosting vendors have been mostly satisfied selling their solutions to members of the web hosting community – i.e. consumers who know what the difference between a VPS and a dedicated server is. But here’s... (more)