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Do you want no-hassle, scalable, realiable managed hosting? Then this is the hosting for you. Cloud Computing is something that will change the way business is done. The cloud isn't magic. It's just a fancy way of saying that instead of your website living on 1 physical server, it lives on lots; all at the same time. Cloud hosting offers a number of benefits to your website:

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Self-Healing Hardware

Unlike traditional hosting, our whole infrastructure is cloud-based. Every server is self-healing: if any hardware fails, that server will fall out of the cloud and your site will come back online within seconds on new hardware. Automatically.

Multiple Locations

Choice of multiple clouds throughout the USA, Europe and Asia. Backup, replicate and deploy 1 to 100 servers in minutes, wherever you need them.

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Spam-free Network
"It's just email." – you don't say that, but your host may. We consider email an important part of every cloud hosting account. We analyze all email, ensuring everyone on our network is playing nice. No spammers on this network - ensuring all IPs are RBL free.

Free Incoming Migrations
Just as our grandma taught us – always welcome company with open arms. We're happy to help you move your website to Big Host Africa for no charge. Our migration team are experts – so you can put your trust in us.

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What a good website should look like? or Should i say Shouldn’t

Posted on 08 January 2019

Here’s how many websites are developed. The decision-makers gather around the conference table and begin brainstorming. “Our website should include our mission statement so visitors know what guides us,” says one executive. “It should look and sound professional, so let’s use stock photos and have Mary write the copy because she was an English major […] Continue Reading

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PHP 7? What does this mean for you as a developer?

Posted on 07 January 2019

Introducing PHP 7 – a revolution in the way we deliver applications that power everything from websites and mobile to enterprises and the cloud. This is the most important change for PHP since the release of PHP 5 in 2004, bringing explosive performance improvements, drastically reduced memory consumption, and a host of brand-new language features […] Continue Reading

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New WordPress Block Editor – WordPress “Gutenberg”

Posted on 07 January 2019

The new block editor brings with it a completely different approach to content creation in the form of blocks (hence the name…). And in this post, you’re going to learn exactly how to use those blocks, and the new editor’s other features, to create content at your WordPress site. What is Gutenberg? As a customary catch-up for […] Continue Reading

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Magento: For E-commerce Website Development

Posted on 07 January 2019

One of the most important decisions when starting an ecommerce business is which content management system (CMS) you’ll use to manage products and transactions. There are many options available, and while that means that there are several great choices for business owners, it also means that selecting the right one is no easy task. Setting […] Continue Reading

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Secure /tmp and /dev/shm partition

Posted on 02 November 2010

This is you secure your VPS partitions in ssh Is it a Dedicated server OR a VPS? If it’s a Dedicated server, edit the /etc/fstab file vi /etc/fstab replace “defaults” in front of /tmp, /dev/shm to nosuid,noexec,rw Save the file and remount the partitions: mount -o remount /tmp mount -o remount /dev/shm To secure /var/tmp, […] Continue Reading

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Ten Steps to Survival by Innovation

Posted on 17 March 2010

Continuous innovation is required to survive in business, beginning with your startup, and increasing in importance as your business matures. Technologists often insist that new things can’t be invented on a schedule, but successful companies seem to be able to do it. Many people have tried to define a process for innovation, but most are too abstract for me. Finally I found a book, Continue Reading

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