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What is Web Hosting and How is it Different from a Domain Name?

When thinking about web hosting vs. domain names, it can help to think of the internet as a virtual world full of virtual places. Just like the real world, virtual places exist in certain spaces and are called by certain place names. The spaces that websites, blogs, databases, and online apps or games occupy — the servers — are the basis of web hosting and are akin to virtual property. Buying web hosting is a lot like buying a real estate lot, and registering a domain name is a lot like coming up with a name for your business or…

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Should I Use IMAP or POP For Email?

If you’re used to free third party services, you might not have considered the question of IMAP vs. POP email before. One of the most common questions we get is which email protocol to use. Most of the time, the answer is simple: use IMAP. Why then does POP exist and when should you use it? What advantages does it have over IMAP? In-Depth Comparison IMAP, the “Internet Message Access Protocol” has its main advantage right in its name: IMAP is all about access. Email is stored on a central server, and access is granted to all of your devices….

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Security, SEO, Web Hosting

All About SSL Certificates

What is An SSL Certificate? At pair Networks, we are often asked, “what is an SSL Certificate and why do I need one?” An SSL, or Secure Socket Layer, Certificate encrypts information moving between your web server and internet browser. You can think of it like this –

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Top 5 Most Infamous Hackers of All Time

  Who are these Infamous Hackers? And what do they want? When you think of a hacker, most people imagine a lonesome figure aglow by a single computer screen, frantically typing some matrix-like script in an anonymous subterranean basement. But Hackers and their motives are as varied and broad as ‘hacking’ itself.

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