FTPS Vs. SFTP – Which One Will Keep Your Information Safe?

Any company that transfers files across networks uses FTP to some extent. FTP allows users to upload, download, and delete files. You can also create, delete, and read the contents of directories.

There are some problems with using FTP, though. Anybody that knows how to sniff the packets of information you send using FTP can read passwords, commands and file contents in regular text.… Read More

What Is SSH And How Does It Keep Information Safe

Every day, there’s an out of control war waged online. No, it’s not the political wars you see on Twitter. Instead, it’s an arms race between criminals and those that seek to protect important information.

This war matters. In 2018, companies lost billions of dollars due to data breaches in 2018.… Read More

The Ultimate Bandwidth Formula – How to Calculate Your Bandwidth Needs

As of January 2018, over 1.8 billion websites call the World Wide Web home. But at the time of this writing, there were more than 1.93 billion online websites, a number that continues to grow.

Of this, 237,412 are .ie domains (Ireland) registered in 2017.… Read More

How to Build a Website From Scratch in 7 Simple Steps

Google now processes 40,000 search queries every second. That’s a daily 3.5 billion, or a yearly 1.2 trillion searches.

As a business owner, that’s an opportunity you shouldn’t miss. You want your business to be part of the search results Google delivers to its users.… Read More

What Is a Domain? 6 Key Differences Between a Domain and a Host

There are almost 2 billion websites online today. What’s more, that number grows every second.

In the Republic of Ireland alone, there were 31,665 website registrations made in 2016. Including .ie domains (more on this later) registered outside of the island, the total count is 221,871.… Read More

The Importance of a Google SSL Certificate for Your Irish Website

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The digital world expands every day and people do everything online. They order food, shop and provide sensitive information on thousands of websites…and they expect everything to be safe.

When it comes to Google, a Google SSL certificate is a must have.… Read More