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Apr, 19

New Monovm Website Launch Our main goal at Monovm is user satisfaction and we always strive to provide the best experience for our clients and visitors. With this goal in mind, we are proud to say that we have relaunched our website with a new design, easy to use navigation, and above all, unbelievably fast loading speeds. Navigating the website is now easier than ever. With a single click you can redirect to any desired page on the site from any webpage. Hovering your pointer over the navigation bar also shows all the related pages in the drop down list. Our online chat system allows...

How to Connect to a VPS Using an Android Device? Imagine you are a proud of a owner of a VPS where you mange your website, database, documents etc. Suppose that you have to access your VPS but you only have a mobile device with you. What should you do? The solution for this is to make a remote connection from your phone to the server. Follow the steps below to configure the application. (Note that this tutorial is based for Android devices) Download Microsoft remote desktop application from google play   Open the application. You should see a first page such as below. Tap...

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Dec, 18

Windows VPS vs Linux VPS

  • by Sophia H
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Windows VPS vs Linux VPS Virtual Private Servers (i.e. VPS) are created by dividing a single powerful server into multiple virtual servers with individually dedicated resources. The operating system of the Linux VPS is one of Linux distributions (e.g. Debian, CentOS, Ubuntu, etc.), meanwhile the Windows VPS’s operating system is one of the Windows Server versions (e.g. Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2016, etc.). Now let us compare the two kinds of VPS. Costs: The cost of a Linux VPS is significantly lower than that of a Windows VPS. This is due to the fact...

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Dec, 18

What is Windows VPS?

  • by Oliver K
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What is Windows VPS? A Virtual Private Server (VPS) is a virtual machine that is run on a high-performance server, alongside other virtual machines. This is done with a help of a special virtualizer, which allows for full VM isolation and truly dedicated resources. The performance of a VPS holds the nearest resemblance to the performance of a dedicated server, however at a much lower price, as serveral VMs are run on a single physical server.     Why choose a VPS over traditional web hosting? There are multiple factors that define whether a VPS or a regular shared hosting...