By Ralph Eck on Jun, 24, 2013
It would be a big challenge today to find a business that does not rely on computer technology. Even the smallest of businesses require this and the vast majority of businesses moves well beyond that simple level and establish their own networks. Doing this allows; streamlining operations, enhanced communications, shared data storage, consolidated reporting… Read the full post
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By Irina Tihova on Nov, 22, 2012
In our previous article, Windows Server 2012 – New Advanced Features, we introduced some of the many new features that Windows Server 2012 provides to its clients. In this article we will focus on some more, particularly features that ease remote access. The opportunity to work from anywhere with nothing more than an Internet connection was… Read the full post
By Irina Tihova on Apr, 30, 2012
The primary function of the Internet Information Server (IIS) is to host Web based applications, such as ASP.NET. If you have to set your IIS 7 to host such an application, there are several terms you need to know and a procedure you have to follow. We will focus on them in this article. In… Read the full post
By Dan Fruehauf on Mar, 05, 2012
Webpage performance Web page performance as opposed to website performance is a bit more of an intricate job requiring familiarization with what is actually served on your website and how your web pages are woven together. If we’re talking about website performance – we most likely refer to web server performance – how fast requests… Read the full post
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By Ralph Eck on May, 13, 2011
Today we are launching something that we think is truly groundbreaking: Free Internal Monitoring. Now users of Mon.itor.Us, the free Monitis, can download our internal agents into Windows and Linux servers and monitor CPU, Memory, Disk, Load Average, MySQL, Processes, HTTP, Ping, and even SNMP, for free. Best of all, since we are a hosted… Read the full post
By Mikayel Vardanyan on May, 11, 2011
Just as we’ve provided a series of tips on how to make your Windows 2008 Server run at its utmost maximum efficiency and speed, Monitis has put together advice on making the Linux OS work miracles for you. Our interest is in making your life easier, whether it’s through informational guides such as these… Read the full post