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Do you know what your server is capable of? Part 2

Security is a very important topic in every aspect of our company. This is why customers of the 1&1 server portfolio have numerous options for saving and protecting their projects. In part 2 of this series, we explain best practices for protecting your server.

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Category: Tips
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Busting Cloud Security Myths

Before migrating to the cloud, potential users nearly always ask the same question: is it safe? It’s a common concern—in the past, e-commerce had to fight claims that entering credit card data wasn’t secure. Since then, the security of online shopping is questioned far less and has become much more trustworthy.

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Category: 1&1 Cloud Server | Products | Server & Hosting
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The ABCs of Server Terms – Part 1

Don’t really know the difference between virtual or dedicated servers? Acronyms like API, CDN, SSD or RAID don’t ring a bell? No problem! In our new blog series, we explain the most important server terms and (hopefully) show you that servers aren’t as complicated as they may seem. Today’s topics include terms starting with the letters A to C.

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Category: Net Culture | Server & Hosting | Tips
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3 Tools to Keep Your Web Project Secure

File Security (1and1) blog

No matter what industry you are in, the security of your website, business and customers should always be a priority. While large Web hosts like 1&1 have systems in place to do so internally, there are also tools at customers’ disposal which can take safety to the next level at little to no cost to the user. Professional backups, recovery tools, and website scans are just a few of the proactive strategies to leverage.

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Category: Server & Hosting
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Happy World Backup Day! Are You Celebrating?

World Backup Day

Happy World Backup Day! Today we are reminded of how important it is to ensure all data is safely backed up. No matter if it is photos, configurations, scripts, databases or Web content, all important information on a server should be stored in more than one location. Celebrate the holiday by evaluating the backup procedures you currently have in place and the frequency in which it is conducted.

Where to start? What files should be backed up and how often? While it varies based on individual use cases, anything that cannot be recreated from a new installation should always be backed up. This includes scripts, photos, databases, Web content, and configurations saved to your computer or server.

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Category: Net World
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