Posts Tagged ‘web host’

Power Redundancy for Single Power Inlet Devices in Web Hosting Facilities

Monday, August 11th, 2014

The presence of older, single power inlet devices in Web Hosting infrastructure can present a bit of a conundrum for administrators who are charged with the responsibility of implementing a power redundancy solution. Although the most obvious answer to this problem is to replace those existing single power inlet devices with new dual inlet devices, the cost of new replacement devices often proves to be too much of a strain on one’s budget. Fortunately, WTI’s PTS-14CM20-V Series Vertical Format Power Transfer Switches make it simple to add power redundancy without replacing racks full of existing single power inlet devices.


Host Plain HTML Webpages on Google Drive

Friday, February 8th, 2013

Wow! Good old-fashioned, plain HTML … how nostalgic.

You probably know that you can host basic HTML websites on Dropbox using third party services like site44. Google recently announced that it has added similar capabilities to its cloud storage service Google Drive. The core difference between the implementations is that you do not need a third party tool to host a plain HTML website on Google Drive, while you do if you want to host your website on Dropbox.