If you haven’t heard of Krypt, it is the division of VPLS Inc. which is responsible for dedicated servers and hosting, and currently provides hosting services to more than five million websites around the globe. Founded in 1998 as a shell and web host provider in Newport Beach, CA, the company has since mushroomed into a full-service hosting provider, and has become the pre-eminent leader in that field for all of Southern California, and for many other areas as well. Read more
Backing up your data on a regular basis is one of the most crucial practices for technology users; this ensures that your important data will never be completely gone, hence you have saved it in another form or at another place for safekeeping. On a large scale, enterprises are prime examples of how to properly backup data as they have various sources of backup strategically and conveniently spread out. Their backup sources include an on-premise option, backup stored at a data center, as well as backup stored using cloud services. Read more
You can’t afford to have vulnerability with your business-critical data these days, because it can mean that your business may be down for some costly period, or in extreme cases, it might mean that you are obliged to go out of business altogether. There are so many cyber threats which can jeopardize your important data that you really must have a backup of it all, at any given moment in time.
Just like everything else in this world, all good matters must come to an end. The once ahead-of-its-time Windows 7 is no exception to the rule. The official end-of-life for Windows 7 is on January 14, 2020. The date is fast approaching, leaving users wondering what action they need to take afterwards. Fortunately, the experts at VPLS can provide the answers to guide you in the right direction to ease your concerns and address all the questions you may have about the aftermath. So without further ado, let’s dive straight into the 5 Things You Need to Know about Windows 7 End-of-Life presented by VPLS:
There is no content management system (CMS) that is more popular world-wide than WordPress (WP), which means that there are countless websites powered by WordPress. At Krypt, we recognized that fact several years ago, and geared our hosting service toward providing the best hosting for WordPress websites, so as to accommodate a large number of site owners.
We therefore have a big commitment to WordPress, and to all our clients who have their websites configured via the WP software. When you’re looking for a host provider for your WordPress website, we hope you’ll think of Krypt first, and here’s why… Read more