What is latency? Simply put, latency is the lag between the request from your device and the content you’re trying…
Our data usage has put us in a state of global crisis. Every day, billions of people use the internet. Millions are watching videos, both at home and on demand. In fact, the internet currently has over 2.4 billion users.
The technological landscape this week has been characterized by instability and insecurity with cyber security investments rising following the WannaCry ransomware attacks.
When you are running a dedicated server or VPS, it is unlikely that you are going to be the only user that needs to log into it. The chances are that there will be a team of users. While it’s easy to simply share the root password with all the users and have them all log in as the root user for access, this poses a number of potential security issues. Sharing passwords can allow an inexperienced user the ability to run dangerous commands on a system. Meaning that a mistake could become a time consuming problem, rather than a user’s annoyance. In this post we will look at ways to manage Linux users.
Today we’re exploring LAMP. Nope, not the thing in the corner of your room providing decorative illumination, but the software stack comprising of Linux, Apache, MySQL (or increasingly MariaDB) and PHP (or Perl, or Python, etc). It’s tried and tested and used on a large quantity of web servers on the internet.
If you are looking to take your brand further, going the live streaming way is a natural choice – as much as 80% of your audience would rather watch a video than read a blog. Learn more about how to capture this audience attention here.