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ServerPronto

ServerPronto is a dedicated hosting subsidiary of Infolink, one of a few profitable Data Center Corporations in the world. From it's beginning in January 1999, Infolink served the "Value Orientated" segment of the Internet market. Not by offering a sub-standard product at a low price, but by offering a top-quality, feature rich product at an incredible price. Since the beginning Infolink has enjoyed dramatic growth while other's in the industry have suffered. We operate our own network in the USA and maintain redundant Fiber Optic Rings which allow us to directly peer with Tier 1 Internet Backbones.
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Serverpronto
Owned domains:
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Supported product types:
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Dedicated server, Cloud hosting
Payment options:
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Credit card
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Alexa traffic rank:
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Alexa traffic rank in US:
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Unique monthly visitors:
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3,045 (Compete.com) Ranked 61 at HostMonk
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1.413 Seconds, 49% of the sites are faster Ranked 27 at HostMonk
Contact Info:
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serverpronto (564 followers)
"Fast, Reliable Dedicated Hosting."
Ranked 53 at HostMonk
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Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301, US
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301, US
Phone:
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+ 305 324 1616
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sales@serverpronto.com
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Email, Phone
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Blog posts
Recent posts from ServerPronto blog:
Virtualization Implementation in the Enterprise
Jul 25, 2014
Smart and efficient investments are the backbone of any successful enterprise. Thus the implementation of enterprise virtualization has become familiar among the top companies of many sectors. Some examples: Specsavers - One of the world’s leading healthcare firms which has experienced great cost efficiency and achieved remarkable productivity using virtualization technology. The company has implemented […]
Three Ways Cloud Servers are Changing the Automobile Industry
Jul 22, 2014
The ability to utilize cloud servers in the automobile industry is a relatively recent development, but one that many believe is going to be the next big thing in car technology. In fact, many cars are already equipped with advanced entertainment systems that are setup to utilize the retrieval of data from a personal cloud […]
Simple Steps to Secure Your Server
Jul 19, 2014
In order to ensure a safe and secure server environment for databases, web applications and other services, IT server administrators have to take certain precautionary steps that will provide a higher level of protection to the server environment. Use Strong Passwords for All Types of Users It is extremely important that each and every user […]
Should I Move to Using NoSQL?
Jul 16, 2014
According to a survey by Information Week, almost half of all business IT professionals haven’t heard of NoSQL (44%). With such a significant number of professionals unaware of this technology, why should you switch to this type of data collection and storage format? The advantages of NoSQL are compelling and will only get more compelling […]
Server Traffic Requirements – to Serve, or Not to Serve, that is the Question
Jul 13, 2014
In the good old days before the Internet, when was talked of a network we meant the corporate network at the office, and traffic came no greater distance than employees down the hall connecting to the file server. Before installing a new server, it was obligatory to estimate how much traffic you were likely to […]
Public Clouds vs. Private Clouds
Jul 10, 2014
Cloud computing, or the connection of a number of computers through the Internet in order to share data and files quickly and easily, is one of the largest growing trends in the information technology sector, one that is extremely profitable and an integral part of information management in the new age. Because this service is […]
Preparing your Business for Big Data
Jul 07, 2014
The term big data is being heard with ever-increasing frequency in the corporate world. Businesses of vastly different types all need to prepare themselves for the onset of big data as soon as possible. Big data is defined rather simply as the collection and storage of vast amounts of information. With today’s technologies, the collection […]
Online Shopping Carts – osCommerce vs. Zencart
Jul 04, 2014
osCommerce osCommerce is a free option for an online shopping cart. It is a basic, quick, and easy Open Source eCommerce solution for setting up an e-store. It is PHP based, and uses the MySQL database. This is an option that requires little to no effort to get up and running (at its basic level), […]
How Does a Firewall Work?
Jun 15, 2014
The main aim of a Firewall is stop intruders from getting in to your network or your computer. A Firewall is supposed to monitor what goes in and what goes out of the computer/network. It is supposed to block suspicious traffic whilst allowing regular traffic to travel through unhindered. ? Stateful inspection This is a […]
The Basics of DDoS Protection
Jun 13, 2014
A DDoS attack is when a network or online resource is denied to the intended user, and usually via a malicious means. DDoS means distributed denial-of-service. Protecting against denial of service is done in a number of ways. ? Attack detection Doing all you can to prevent an attack is key, and part of that […]
How to Improve Server Efficiency
Jun 11, 2014
Server efficiency is important because the last thing you want is your hosting service let you down when you have high traffic numbers. Here are a few ways you may improve your server efficiency. ? Changing your package This is not technically improving the server as it is improving your service. Still, if you have […]
An Overview of Botnet
Jun 09, 2014
A botnet is a network and a robot. It is where a few computers work together on a network in order to complete tasks. Just one computer or robot is in control of giving orders a little like a queen bee gives orders to the others so that they may complete a single task. ? […]
How to Use Command Line Functions
Jun 07, 2014
A command line is a semi-direct way of talking to your computer. It would take us too long to write in binary, so we write with command line functions which the computer translates into binary. A program on your computer communicates a different programming code, which converts to command line functions, which converts to binary. […]
Necessary Basic Server Administration Services
Jun 05, 2014
The word “necessary” makes it difficult to judge. For example, many people consider security to be necessary, whereas others consider problem prevention to be the big necessary thing. The installation of an operating system Where would you be without the installation of an operating system? You can do it yourself of course, but most people […]
Operating Systems Used for Web Hosting
Jun 03, 2014
When you use hosting services, you get to use a server from a data center. A server is nothing more than a very big and very expensive computer. That computer doesn’t have to run on an operating system, but it will make life a lot easier if it does. It is the same as how […]
What Is a Dynamic Web Page?
Jun 01, 2014
This is a web page that is built and managed as a single page, but that varies its content based on who is looking at it from which device. There are dynamic web pages and static web pages. A static web page is managed and built as a single page, but it looks the same […]
Toptenreviews rates DDoS services for the first time
May 30, 2014
DDoS attacks have been stymying online service providers for the last several years. It seems like every day there is another news story about the latest record-breaking Amplification attack, or a crippling Layer 7 strike. Nowadays all website hosts must be educated about the latest threats facing their property. Hosts face the difficult task of […]
Leveraging the Incredible Power of IaaS
May 28, 2014
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) had made it possible for business owners to quickly ramp up their IT operations. There are different ways in which infrastructure is provided as a service to the IT end user. Cloud hosting is one such solution that has IaaS service providers providing the required software infrastructure and tools to […]
Mobile Malware: A Growing Threat
May 26, 2014
Credit card fraud, identity theft, stalking – these are only a few of the many reasons why you should be thinking about how to protect yourself from mobile malware. Yet when they hear terms like key logging, worms, and spyware, most people think of their home computers and laptops, not their mobile devices. In 2013, […]
Vulnerabilities and Exploits to Guard against in Web Apps
May 24, 2014
Though it may be hard for developers to accept, there are a wide range of different security threats that may target their apps, and they continue to change and improve. Developers and website owners should be aware of some of the most common attack vectors which may bring different challenges. By reading up on a […]
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