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Website Optimization Primer – Part 1 – Caching
  • June 26, 2013
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With many websites there will come a point where optimizing PHP code, adding memory to a server and tweaking configuration files can’t provide enough optimization to keep the site running smoothly. Even though server technologies are improving rapidly, all of the code processing, compiling and database queries that happen when serving up web content can take their toll on the available resources of the server. Eventually with a growing audience and without the proper solutions in place, the speed at which the server is able to deliver content begins to slow down.

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Importance of SSD Hosting Explained In 41 Seconds
  • June 21, 2013
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Whenever a salesperson calls me these days or I set up a conference call, I can’t help but watch the seconds tick away. Do you have the same problem? We’re all so busy these days, that we just want the executive summary. Just cut to the chase already! What’s your product all about, how can it help me and is it worth the money?

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5 Ways Anyone Can Speed Up Their Site
  • February 14, 2013
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According to recent estimates, over 570 new websites are created every minute. Even the most unique sites have competitors. That’s why your website’s performance is more important than ever. Remember, your website visitors are not patient. You can have an enormous advertising budget to drive traffic to your site, but if your site is slow, your visitors are just going to hit their back button to find a competing site.

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Boost The Performance Of Your Site With SSD Hosting!
  • January 30, 2013
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At A2 Hosting, we’ve always said we want to provide hosting to our customers that we would want to use ourselves. Our solid state drive (SSD) Hosting falls right in line with this initiative. This is especially true since we use SSDs ourselves.

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Have You Worked with SSDs Yet?
  • January 22, 2013
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You likely already use Solid State or Flash memory every day in your smart phone and/or tablet. Today’s smart TVs or Blu-Ray players also tend to have a bit of Flash memory. It’s faster and more reliable than traditional Hard Drives because there’s no moving parts. More and more laptops are coming with a Solid State Drive in addition to or in lieu of a traditional Hard Disk Drive.

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