If you’re investigating VPS hosting, you’re probably looking to build more than just a basic website but are not sure if you need shared hosting, dedicated server hosting or a VPS. In this blog post, we’ll explain exactly what a VPS is and how to use a VPS for your business. What is VPS hosting? […]
In today’s digital landscape, ensuring the security of your Virtual Private Server (VPS) is paramount. However, companies are not always sure which steps are necessary for them to ensure their servers are secure. This blog will discuss ten essential security practices to help you safeguard your VPS, including firewall filtering and DDoS protection. What is […]
Snapshot is one of the most important data protection features of every VPS server. The main use case for Snapshot is having a safe roll back point to minimize errors when making major changes in VPS such as installing, uninstalling certain software or components, or testing applications. Snapshot allows you to capture a copy of […]
“The Cloud” was a mysterious concept that emerged in the early 2000s. It was difficult to understand how it was possible to access computing resources remotely, without an on-site IT infrastructure. It seemed like something out of a science fiction story. However, the reality of cloud has had a huge impact on the tech industry […]
Leaseweb is excited to announce the launch of the snapshot feature for our VPS offerings. This feature allows our customers to take a “snapshot” of their virtual private server at any given moment so they can easily restore their server to that exact state later. This is particularly useful in the event of issues or errors. […]
So, you’ve decided it’s time to take that next step for your business and move to the cloud. But which cloud product exactly is right for your needs? When planning your cloud-journey based on Leaseweb cloud infrastructure services, you may benefit from a quick introduction in what each of the products is best suited for. […]
Leaseweb is entering its 15th year of selling Windows based hosting in its Netherlands datacenters. In fact – the first 7 servers that Leaseweb hosted were Windows servers. Now, years later there are tens of thousands of servers in the Leaseweb facilities stretched across multiple datacenters throughout the world.