How Google+ Impacts Search Results

Google+ is a social networking and identity service which is owned and operated by Google. Google+ has been described, by Google, as a “social layer” that enhances many of its online properties, and it is not simply a social networking website, but also an authorship tool that associates web-content directly with its owner/author.   Second … Continue reading How Google+ Impacts Search Results

What You Need to Know About the Google Hummingbird Update

Google Hummingbird is a search engine algorithm. Google started using the new algorithm in September of 2013 to mark the tech company’s 15th anniversary, claiming that now the search engine can be a more human way to interact with users and provide a more direct answer. Hummingbird is the biggest change to Google Search since … Continue reading What You Need to Know About the Google Hummingbird Update

What is a Hosting Content Delivery Network (CDN)

A content delivery network (CDN) is a large system of servers which are deployed in multiple data centers throughout the Internet. The focus of a CDN is to serve high performance and high availability content to users.   CDNs serve a large collection of the Internet content currently, including web objects (text, graphics and scripts), … Continue reading What is a Hosting Content Delivery Network (CDN)

Node.js Hosting

Node.js is a software platform which is used for scalable server-side and networking applications. Written in JavaScript, Node.js, just Node as its known, applications can be run within the Node.js runtime on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux without changes.   Node.js applications are designed to maximize throughput and efficiency, using non-blocking I/O and asynchronous … Continue reading Node.js Hosting


Zimbra is a groupware email server and web client that connects people and information with unified collaboration software which includes email, calendaring, file sharing, activity streams, social communities and more.   Zimbra is used by thousands of companies, service providers and government agencies including well known businesses like Comcast, Dell, Investec, Red Hat, Mozilla, H&R … Continue reading Zimbra


LiteSpeed is an information technology company, founded in 2002, that produces web server software that is specifically designed for high-traffic servers, like the ones for Internet service providers and corporate data centers.   LiteSpeed Web Server is the company’s main product. It is a lightweight proprietary web server, which is able to read Apache configurations … Continue reading Litespeed


BuddyPress is an open source social networking software package owned by the web company Automattic since 2008. It is a plugin that can be installed on a WordPress site to transform the site into a social network platform. BuddyPress is designed to allow schools, companies, sports teams or any other niche community to start their … Continue reading BuddyPress


The Wowza Media Server is gradually becoming the main platform for video streaming, and since online video streaming is currently one of the most popular platforms available. With the shrewdness and experience of co-founder and CEO, David Stubenvoll, Wowza is positioned for greatness.   Wowza is the fifth new business Stubenvoll has developed, “If you’re … Continue reading Wowza


Drupal’s beginnings started out the same as some of the other well known and successful websites of today. It started as a seemingly insignificant idea with meager beginnings. In a small apartment during college that Dries Buytaert created what would become one of the most popular open source content management frameworks of today. It was … Continue reading Drupal


A video hosting service allows individuals to upload video content to share or place on a website. Users generally will upload through the hosting service’s website, mobile or desktop applications or APIs. The type of video content uploaded can be anything from short video clips through full length movies. The video host will then store the … Continue reading vShare