Articles by Brad Mitchell
Switching hosting providers can be a daunting proposition. If you felt a bit of panic right there just from the thought, you’re not alone. There isn’t anyone on the planet who looks forward to migrating a website — but planning will make everything flow smoother.
These days, everyone is feeling the pinch of higher prices — including businesses realizing the true cost of cloud hosting. They say ignorance is bliss, but in the case of business owners who don’t even know they’re being taken advantage of, ignorance is just expensive.
It amazes me how far technology has come. Running with the ever-improving blazing-fast servers we do today almost feels like cheating compared with what used to run the internet decades ago.
Ransomware is as old as the internet itself. It has been causing havoc across computer networks worldwide for decades. Much like virus variants, it has adapted along the way and has a fascinating history.
At MojoHost, we don’t know much about UFOs, but we’re definitely familiar with ransomware and the technological battle against it that’s required to keep customers safe and secure.
Spring is in the air (at least for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere). It’s that magical time of the year when the promise of nice weather outside makes necessary spring cleaning indoors all that more difficult.
The time has come to stop paying for SSL certificates! Except for a few edge or convenience cases, there are multiple great options for free SSL certificates.
If you’re tired of seeing folks get hit by DDoS attacks and then incurring costly fees from providers, fortunately, the landscape is changing; DDoS attacks are being handled differently today than they have been in the past.
The 2020 memes are (mostly) done, and we’ve made our resolutions (I’m planning to get out more, maybe spend a bit more time with humans).
Nobody wants to get hacked. Every week brings more articles about how to personally stay safe from online dangers. Much of this advice overlooks the importance of keeping your websites and systems secure.
Cloud storage provides a truly transformative experience for developing and running software; it frees webmasters from the grinding concerns of continually getting new hard drives and eliminates the nagging doubt that a hard drive will fail, resulting in downtime data loss.
Anyone who lives in the United States (even the shut-ins, given the social media storm that ensued) surely remembers the Equifax data breach fiasco.
The big cloud computing companies and content delivery networks (CDNs) don’t want you to know what I’m about to tell you. Most people don’t even know they’re being taken advantage of because they don’t know any better.
You’ve invested hundreds or thousands of hours into perfecting every detail of your website. Agonizing over dozens of decisions about the design flow, code optimization, SEO, payment processing cascade, traffic acquisition, UI/UX and all the other elements of building a site capable of earning a profit.