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Choosing A Good Web Hosting Service

April 25th, 2014 Comments off

The Web has thousands of free Web hosting, but they do have certain limitations and some do not bring what we want, and we are also required to have any advertising that does not benefit personally, this FREE services are called quotation marks, to cover the requirements of the project. We should always hire services because of the benefits they provide. There are some important point that needs to be considered while choosing dedicated hosting services for successful online business which are as below.

Space On Dedicated Server Hosting:

Approximately 200 megabytes are required to reached about 2000 pages and you can index a bit of multimedia material that is a little heavier, and some Web hosting service gives you the chance to increase your space, obviously you have to pay a little more for it .

E-mail Accounts:

The E-mail accounts that you will create, are protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it. The best part is that, the extension bears the name of your domain which makes you are professional business person and give you more credibility.

Data Transfer:

If it is possible that the transfer is unlimited, it is better to have no limit on the web traffic you receive. This is a very important fact because if you have very little transfer megabytes of traffic and if you apply the SEO techniques and have many visitors and if these visitors come to your site one day and see that your site is down, they will never come back.

Support:

Technical support by chat, phone or e-mail is very important because support is what serves can need at any point of time and the issues must be resolved in less than 24 hours for better benefits.

What Are The Main Challenges of Companies in Information Security?

April 3rd, 2014 Comments off

The IDC presents the main challenges faced by companies when it comes to information security. According to IDC, the biggest one is to change the organizational culture to promote security. Some other executive level of risk and its consequences are aware; address the lack of skilled labor; place the issue of security in CIO agenda; and offer new and more comprehensive security offerings.

According to IDC, the current situation shows that companies have difficulty to buy information security solutions. Only 15% of companies have clear what they wish to purchase. Another 40% know about buying security and the rest is disoriented, according to research conducted with 206 companies throughout India for all market segments.

The difficulty is in understanding between the offers available in the market, which meet optimally the need and cost and time of undertaking the second assessment consultancy. Even the more mature customers rely heavily on the support of a specialized partner to properly purchase hardware, software or security services. “A team of information security professionals specialized in solutions in the firm, it is expensive to build and expensive to maintain,” says research manager at IDC India.

IDC figures show that currently, the budget for information security represents between 5% and 20% of total IT, and companies with corporate projects (affecting the entire company) have more significant security budget, around 15 % to 20% of the IT budget.

Cloud computing solutions, for example, is present on the agenda of investment, but did not take off. “While I believe in the cloud model as a trend for the future, few expect that this will be the dominant model. Some solutions are more appropriate or fit better in the cloud model (as a service) as webmail and spam, ie, solutions that require a constantly updated data base, “added the manager at IDC.

Another conclusion of the study is that manufacturers of information security solutions understand the great demand for these solutions and offer options for various sections of organization, whether small medium or large in Premisse on model or as a service.

The need today is to address problems proactively and take into account the training of people with a view to prevention. The Health and Trade segments are less mature in relation to information security, but show interest in the subject and therefore are potential markets for years to come. In trade, the demand will come from mobile e-commerce.