Everything You Need to Know About Cloud Database (SaaS, DbaaS, IaaS, PaaS, And Others)

Posted on August 9th, 2022 by Pohan Lin in Tech, Guides

Cloud database

The demand for cloud services is rising. Databases have been popular tools for a long time. However, the landscape is changing, with cloud databases becoming increasingly popular.

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How to Start a Hosting Company in 2022: Server, WHMCS, TLD

Posted on October 20th, 2021 by WebSitePulse in Tech, Guides

Hosting company

The forced transition of all business forms to remote work has created a high demand for hosting. To survive in the new conditions, even small coffee shops create their own web pages using the services of hosting providers or B2B eCommerce hosting platforms. Meanwhile, certain technical features of hosting do not allow one company to monopolize this relatively new services market. All this makes hosting service providing a promising form of business to this day.

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Why a Slow Website Hurts Your Conversion Efforts

Posted on September 15th, 2021 by Felix Zoot Billson in Tech

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Six years ago, Microsoft found that our global attention span had shrunk from twelve to eight seconds in just five years. This was back in 2015 when Instagram had 400 million users (it currently has over 1 billion), and TikTok, the 15-second-video king, wasn't even born.

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5 Ways Machine Learning is Making the Web More Accessible

Posted on August 4th, 2021 by Tammy Wood in Tech

Machine learning makes web more accessible

The artificial neuron was first hypothesized in the 1930s, but only in the last decade have we seen the widespread application of artificial neural networks and machine learning to everyday technologies.

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Everything You Should Know About Server-Side Vs. Client-Side Rendering

Posted on February 18th, 2021 by Jimmy Rodriguez in Tech, Guides

Server-Side Vs. Client-Side Rendering

Websites have evolved a lot since the first sites went online almost 30 years ago. We can now shop, interact, and engage with companies from our screens. Along with customers' online habits, the way browsers render HTML has also evolved. In the earlier days of the internet, server-side rendering was the standard way to get the HTML on the screen. Many sites still use it.

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