18
Aug

Awesome Upgrades to all Virtual Private Servers (SSD VPS)

ChangeIP, the rockstar, low-cost and high-touch web host, has today announced upgrades to its Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting. All VPS packages now feature:
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24
Jun

VPN and VPS Provider ChangeIP Starts Accepting Bitcoin and Alipay

ChangeIP.com now accepts for payment both the cryptographic currency Bitcoin and China’s leading third-party online payment solution, Alipay.
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29
Apr

ChangeIP Announces Web & VPS Hosting, and the Fastest VPN

ChangeIP, the rockstar, low-cost and high-touch web host, today announced the launch of their new website and their new suite of products.
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14
Apr

Internet Privacy Concerns? Use The Best VPN Service

Sitting behind a keyboard in the privacy of your home, it’s easy to feel that you’re invincible and invisible. You can do whatever you’d like and post whatever you’d like, wherever you’d like – and since you use a fake name or handle, no one will ever know it was you.
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12
Apr

The VPS FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions about Virtual Private Servers

Those who have done a little reading about virtual private servers are usually intrigued by the low-cost option of having their own dedicated space on a web server to use as they please, without having to share resources with dozens or even hundreds of other clients.
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11
Apr

The ABCs Of VPS: Virtual Private Servers And Choosing A Provider

You may have seen TV or online ads offering “COMPLETE BUSINESS WEB HOSTING FOR JUST $4.99 A MONTH!” or something similar, and you probably said to yourself, “That can’t be for real.” Well, it is – sort of. But a $4.99 introductory hosting package isn’t going to be suitable for most modern businesses. What you probably need is an SSD VPS: a virtual private server (known as a VPS) which will cost a little more than the ad promises, particularly if it has modern solid-state (SSD) storage capacity.
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10
Apr

The VPN-Netflix Battle: How To Still Watch Your Favorite Movies And Shows

For many years, it was easy for Netflix customers anywhere in the world to watch all of the streaming service’s content. If they were traveling or living in a country where the content they wanted to watch was “blocked,” all they had to do was use a VPN (virtual private network) service which made it appear they were accessing Netflix from an allowed location. Customers in America could do the same thing if, for example, they were on a break at work but their company’s network wouldn’t let them access Netflix.
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9
Apr

What Is A Virtual Private Network? How Do You Choose The Best VPN Service?

You probably know someone who won’t do any of their banking or shopping online for fear that their personal information will be stolen. You may also know someone who is very careful choosing the websites they visit or refuses to use public WiFi networks, because they’re convinced that their movements and activities can be easily compromised and used against them by hackers, criminals or the government. Those often-valid concerns may be yours as well.
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8
Apr

Finding The Best Shared Hosting: Virtual Hosting Is Not A Commodity

So you’ve decided to put a website online, and you’ve checked out shared hosting packages offered by the big-name web hosts. You would be completely forgiven if your eyes glazed over pretty quickly – it happens to everyone. Unlimited this, unlimited that…one-click installation, free backup, concurrent connections…PHP, Perl, MySQL…not only is half of it unintelligible to most people, it looks like every host has exactly the same chart with exactly the same features.
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7
Apr

Linux VPS Hosting vs. Windows VPS Hosting: Which Is Right For You?

There’s probably no debate which has lasted longer – or provided more heat than light – among computer geeks than Windows vs. Mac. The debate over the two prominent server operating systems, Linux and Windows, is much less heated, though; most unbiased observers will tell you that Linux is superior for a number of reasons.
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