What is Web Hosting

If you want to start with your own online business, a website, domain name and web hosting is required.

Web Hosting is the internet services that provide the resources to servers leased to enable any person placing information on the Internet.

Server hosting consists of a combination of servers or a server that is connected with high speed internet network.

There are several types of hosting services and that are shared hosting, reseller hosting, VPS or also known as Virtual Private Server, dedicated servers, cloud computing solutions and colocation servers.

Shared Hosting is using a shared server with other users where resources, space and bandwidth is shared with n number of users.

Reseller hosting is a opportunity to make money online where the user can have it’s own customer base and sell the hosting to other users for making profit.

VPS, Virtual Private Server, is a virtualization process of the operating system software environment used by the server. Because this environment is a virtual environment, it is possible to install the operating system that can run on other operating systems.

Dedicated Server is a server that is used by single user who needs big amount of resources, or applications for running the website without any issues.

Colocation server is a service where you rent a place to put the server that is used for hosting. In short, it is a server that is provided by customers which are kept in data centers or in the premises of web hosting provider for fearless performance.

If compared with stores in the offline world, a domain is a shops name and web hosting is where this shop is. If the owner wants his store to be accessible for customers then a place of distinction must be integrated. Likewise, with the website address, if you want it to be accessible online, then web hosting is required.

Crazy For IT, The Challenge Continues


Currently tale a team of 40 members under my management and have the daily challenge of turning this team, which has the technical excellence of its most striking feature, in a support team crazy for IT.

This play on the words “you” and “IT” (Information Technology) is a challenge that really translates into our mission to serve you well, though hard, every day we can confirm that we are on the way sure. Certainly we cannot achieve a 100% satisfaction, however, currently we have reached the 89% satisfaction index.

This past year, I attended several lectures, symposia and also did a coach on “care” for improvements in management. Undoubtedly, each of these actions contributed greatly to the critical view of our model of care in which we seek, increasingly excellence through a model of continuous evolution.

What has become clear over the past year is the fact that as the years of experience of an employee makes a difference and at this point, we can say that we did not save mouthful resources. We always care to make our team creating a great working atmosphere, an organizational climate also praised and maintaining a fair remuneration aimed at domestic growth.

It is an illusion without talking about people, we focus on internal processes and tools to support the service, but still focusing most of the time in people, training and education.

In a recent lecture I heard that you should never say that your team is like a family, the explanation being sustained by the thesis that every family has problems, however, I do not agree with this statement. I think our team is a united family with problems, but also with attachment, where we worked together for many hours weekly and sometimes with people who are part of the team for over eight years.

This family faces many difficulties that are resolved daily by continuous quest for excellence and the tranquility of our customers.

We also believe that, although a careful process, the model must be scalable in order to support growth. However, the same care applied in the initial training of staff and should be applied continuously, always thinking about the goal that is to provide excellence.

About Author:

Pravin Ganore, Digital Marketing Strategist working as Subject Matter Expert (SME-SEO & SMM) at ESDS Software Solution Pvt. Ltd. . He has over 6+ years of experience in the online, social media, and digital marketing industries. Besides Search Engine Marketing experience, he manage unique online & digital marketing strategies, building unique online brand identity & presence, increasing online visibility and e-business efficacy, and converting online audience to leads, and also do: – SEO, SMM, SMO, Internet Marketing, Affiliate Marketing, PPC Advertising, Website Marketing, Website Analysis, Website Promotion & Other Internet Marketing Activities.

He is skilled to stand out with niche acquaintance of IT. He has sound knowledge of SEO, SMO & other Internet Marketing activities; moreover, expertise on different domains like Cloud Services, Hosting Industry, Dedicated Server Hosting In India,  Data Centers, Technology and many more.

What Companies Need To Know About ‘Middleware’?

Outside of the tech world, the word middleware is not so important as well. But four decades ago few visionaries, scholars invented the term that is still so used and so little known in the IT market. The introduction took place in the area of distributed systems and, since then, all that lies between the operating system and the application layer is considered middleware. What you see today is a multitude of companies large and medium – some even well known – taking advantage of the features and functionality that the middleware can provide. Many even invest in the dark, without knowing exactly what it is.

With the advent of the web, increasingly the architecture of ‘client-server’ was becoming obsolete, many leading software companies and developers used to make their applications more globalized and codes lighter. With so many products that have been migrating to the ‘Tier III’ architecture (presentation, application and data in data center or cloud hosting India) and using the middleware. Who can imagine a ecommerce site with a single code, connecting to databases, managing logins, validating cards and many other features. It would be complete chaos!

The middleware functionality centralizes the business and take the codes of applications tasks, access the peripheral components of the environment, such as database, email, etc.. Were it not for middleware, many services would be slow, unsafe and impractical, frustrating most WebShoppers – Profile growing at least 30% a year – and even those internet users who tend to vote in reality shows, generating thousands of clicks per minute.

Since 1995, software manufacturers aggressively promote a contest to see who has the middleware faster, has more features and dominating the web. Technology giants invest millions of dollars in research and acquisitions of competitors to enrich their software brands. Thus, the middleware has left a long time to be a simple application container to become the brain of valuable world’s leading organizations, accessing and being accessed by everyone within each company, regardless of size.

Just to illustrate, when working with a flag of food cards, once stopped the IT environment for migrating a large block of cards. Whenever it was necessary, transactions entered in a mode called stand-in , which limits the value of the cards to use for normalization. Incredible as it may seem, this routine action generated a strong impact on my own family, as my parents were unable to make a purchase high value in the supermarket that same time interval. All my fault! This episode even showed me how the world depends on the use of middleware and how companies distributed service providers should be cautious when mounting the IT infrastructure. After all, from a simple supermarket purchase to the energy supply of a neighborhood or town depend on this layer technology as used and so little known.

What is Google Nose? Something Fishy about the New Service from Google

Google Nose

While doing a Google search, I noticed something called “nose’” in its usual search tools. Curious, I opened it up and was greeted by the announcement of a ‘The new scentsation in search’
Now very curious, I read on:
•    ‘Coming to your senses: go beyond type, talk, and touch for a new notation of sensation.
•    Your internet sommelier: expertly curated Knowledge Panels pair images, descriptions, and aromas.
•    Take a whiff: the Google Aromabase – 15M+ scentibytes.
•    Don’t ask, don’t smell: For when you’re wary of your query – SafeSearch included.
This is where it started to get confusing for me… I mean how do you actually smell something through a computer? “Well they must have invented a USB device which you can attach to your computer and smell things…just like you can hear through your headphones”..I thought. But there was no such mention on the official page.
I simply clicked on ‘try Google Nose beta’…which opened up a search page for ‘diaper’…ugh!! Since the official page was of little help, I keyed in “what is Google Nose”…in Google (where else?)
And then I realized Google had thrown up one smart googly!! It’s an April Fool’s Day Prank from Google!!
I was sitting there at my desk and laughing at how Google had managed to fool me..and thousands of others no doubt. They even have a solution for smartphone users – But what about mobile? Well, Google has covered. Their “Android Ambient Odor Detection” allows you to collect smells on your phone…
Hilarious isn’t it? But on a more serious note, just think how much we have come to implicitly trust the great Google. However improbable it might seem, we simply seem to trust that if Google has come up with it, they must have devised some smart way to make it possible.
Google has done it again…I wonder how many people right now are trying to wrap their head around the concept that they can search Google by smell!!