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Getting Affiliated With WebSitePulse - One More Way To Benefit From Remote Monitoring

Posted on May 28th, 2012 by Lily Grozeva in WebSitePulse News

WebSitePulse Affiliate Program

Let’s start this week with something different! Today, we are glad to present to you the WebSitePulse affiliate program. Like most good services on the internet, we would like to give our trusted followers a way to further benefit from our services. Now you can earn a pretty penny every month.

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Alternatives for Free Cloud Storage in China

Posted on May 14th, 2012 by Lily Grozeva in Tech

China has a long-running practice of censoring and restricting access to foreign services, and cloud storage is no exception. Google Drive is the last service to hit the Golden Shield. It is hard to believe that Google will find solace in the fact that most of the popular cloud storage services are also restricted in China. Five hundred million active internet users are off-limits, while cloud storage is on the rise. There are already quite a lot of great service providers out there. The number of services suggests that there is rising demand. Cloud storage for the masses is still a new and exciting thing.

Global could storage in China interest

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DNS Tools

Posted on February 28th, 2012 by Victoria Pal in Tools

Web ToolsSometimes the little things can get your online business in trouble. Each time someone comes to your website they go through a Domain Name Server, part of the Domain Name System. The Domain Name System makes it possible to assign domain names to groups of Internet resources and users in a meaningful way, independent of each entity's physical location. Internet domain names are easier to remember than raw IPv4 and especially IPv6 addresses.

We provide several free DNS Tools to help out with some important questions:

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From AC to DC

Posted on February 23rd, 2012 by Victoria Pal in Tech

“Sometimes you need to look back to see ahead”. I never thought this saying will go well with data centers. It seems the new big thing with data centers is the transition from AC to DC architecture. DC took the back seat over a century ago and gave way to AC. So why should we revert to DC? We live in an AC world and things seem okay. Why the change?

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How the Great Firewall of China Works

Posted on January 30th, 2012 by Victoria Pal in

The Great Firewall of China

China with its largest population of web users in the world, has one of the most restricted internets, making sure that netizens cannot post nor read about information the government deems threatening.

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