See how your web site ‘lives’.

Now we take a deeper look into how your website is hosted in the same concept but much closer to reality.  With cheap web hosting, it generally resides overseas in some location no even fit for humans.  It’s pretty scary to see how someone ‘MacGyver’s’ these rigs together and expect it to work over the long haul.  Lots of voltage used outside of the USA so when things get out of hand things usually escalate quite quickly from bad to worse. I have personally worked on PC hardware since 1986 either by building or repairing and replacing components.  And I can tell you it’s not a matter of ‘if’ but more of a matter of ‘when’ there will be a hardware failure.  So when you look at the following photo I discovered on the Internet, just imagine the technician that has to try to locate a failed switch, router or hub.  Or maybe it’s a motherboard or a daughter-board or RAM or hard drive.  Maybe it’s the processor or a power supply.  How can anyone work in the following environment?!?  This is NOT cable management.  It’s more like a scene out of ‘The Matrix’ movie franchise!

Exhibit B: How NOT to manage your servers.

Do you know what the biggest factor that prematurely kills servers? HEAT.  Mainly because there is not adequate air flow.  And what is restricting this air flow is proper cable management.  You just have to know that when web hosting server hardware break down, your web site goes down, your blogs go down and worse your e-commerce store drops as well.  Not far behind those interruptions in service goes your hard earned revenue stream.  Your web site’s email or web mail goes down.  It’s not enough to live with a backup that can be restored (if you setup your site to backup daily…you did set that up right?).  Once your site goes down it’s usually comes at the worst possible time like when you are ramping up a huge event online and rolling out a new product or service and you lose your audience because you look like you are out of business.   I know because it happened to me personally back in 2001.

Exhibit C.  How NOT to recover any time soon.

There can also be a loss to commercial power and diesel backup generators can fail.  I have seen firsthand what happens to a national call center when an automobile crashes into an in-ground power transformer.  The power loss covered a square mile and the generator did not turn on.  Staff was coming into a dark environment before the sunrise.  Company revenue was delayed since nobody could be online and on the phones.  It was a catastrophic situation.  In other situations the backup generators only can partially restore power like maybe 2/3rds and then until commercial power is restored, the biggest job is to keep the diesel tank full of fuel.  Below is another fantastic display of ‘organized chaos’.

Let’s take a tour around at what could be your

new home for hosting your web site.

The following is an example of proper cable management that solves the issue of overheating and quickly identifying hardware server components for proper troubleshooting.  Ever notice how some web sites never seem to go down or rarely when they do they come back up?  It’s because they host on mirrored data centers that are strategically placed on both ends of the USA.  So if there’s ever a fiber cut that can last hours or even days or a week, the network just calls up your site from a different location.  Brilliant!  So now if there is an issue, it gets resolved in minutes in most cases not hours or days.  When you have certified engineers of Cisco Systems, Linux Servers providing you with peace of mind that your web site is going to continue to reach 99.9 % uptime.    The following image is what the back end of a data-center server looks like.  It’s not the ‘pretty’ side, but it’s organized and accessible.

Data Centers also known as ‘The Cloud’.

I think marketers around the globe really are charming to make it appear to the general public that data just floats up to ‘The Cloud’ and that’s where stuff is just safely kept.  It just sounds so soft and fluffy.  If only that were true.  Here’s what those ‘clouds’ really look like here in the USA.  
The image below is a power plant that keeps a ‘popular’ social media site rolling 24/7/365.  Do you ‘Like’ it?

Now THIS is what proper cable management looks like:

Now for the ‘pretty’ side of servers…
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The Six Factors to Consider Choosing a web host

See how your web site ‘lives’.

Now we take a deeper look into how your website is hosted in the same concept but much closer to reality.  With cheap web hosting, it generally resides overseas in some location no even fit for humans.  It’s pretty scary to see how someone ‘MacGyver’s’ these rigs together and expect it to work over the long haul.  Lots of voltage used outside of the USA so when things get out of hand things usually escalate quite quickly from bad to worse. I have personally worked on PC hardware since 1986 either by building or repairing and replacing components.  And I can tell you it’s not a matter of ‘if’ but more of a matter of ‘when’ there will be a hardware failure.  So when you look at the following photo I discovered on the Internet, just imagine the technician that has to try to locate a failed switch, router or hub.  Or maybe it’s a motherboard or a daughter-board or RAM or hard drive.  Maybe it’s the processor or a power supply.  How can anyone work in the following environment?!?  This is NOT cable management.  It’s more like a scene out of ‘The Matrix’ movie franchise!

Exhibit B: How NOT to manage your

servers.

Do you know what the biggest factor that prematurely kills servers? HEAT.  Mainly because there is not adequate air flow.  And what is restricting this air flow is proper cable management.  You just have to know that when web hosting server hardware break down, your web site goes down, your blogs go down and worse your e-commerce store drops as well.  Not far behind those interruptions in service goes your hard earned revenue stream.  Your web site’s email or web mail goes down.  It’s not enough to live with a backup that can be restored (if you setup your site to backup daily…you did set that up right?).  Once your site goes down it’s usually comes at the worst possible time like when you are ramping up a huge event online and rolling out a new product or service and you lose your audience because you look like you are out of business.   I know because it happened to me personally back in 2001.

Exhibit C.  How NOT to recover any time

soon.

There can also be a loss to commercial power and diesel backup generators can fail.  I have seen firsthand what happens to a national call center when an automobile crashes into an in-ground power transformer.  The power loss covered a square mile and the generator did not turn on.  Staff was coming into a dark environment before the sunrise.  Company revenue was delayed since nobody could be online and on the phones.  It was a catastrophic situation.  In other situations the backup generators only can partially restore power like maybe 2/3rds and then until commercial power is restored, the biggest job is to keep the diesel tank full of fuel.  Below is another fantastic display of ‘organized chaos’.

Now THIS is what proper cable management looks like:

Let’s take a tour around at what could

be your new home for hosting your web

site.

The following is an example of proper cable management that solves the issue of overheating and quickly identifying hardware server components for proper troubleshooting.  Ever notice how some web sites never seem to go down or rarely when they do they come back up?  It’s because they host on mirrored data centers that are strategically placed on both ends of the USA.  So if there’s ever a fiber cut that can last hours or even days or a week, the network just calls up your site from a different location.  Brilliant!  So now if there is an issue, it gets resolved in minutes in most cases not hours or days.  When you have certified engineers of Cisco Systems, Linux Servers providing you with peace of mind that your web site is going to continue to reach 99.9 % uptime.    The following image is what the back end of a data-center server looks like.  It’s not the ‘pretty’ side, but it’s organized and accessible.

Data Centers also known as ‘The Cloud’.

I think marketers around the globe really are charming to make it appear to the general public that data just floats up to ‘The Cloud’ and that’s where stuff is just safely kept.  It just sounds so soft and fluffy.  If only that were true.  Here’s what those ‘clouds’ really look like here in the USA.  
Now for the ‘pretty’ side of servers…
The image below is a power plant that keeps a ‘popular’ social media site rolling 24/7/365.  Do you ‘Like’ it?
Click the right arrow to continue or the left to go back.
Proudly Serving web site owners from coast to coast and in the following local communities in the Pikes Peak Region of Colorado: Colorado Springs   Larkspur   Monument   Black Forest   Glen Eagle      United States Air Force Academy   Security   Widefield   Fort Carson   Fountain   Peterson Air Force Base   Peyton   Ellicott   Falcon   Old Colorado City   Cascade   Manitou Springs   Cascade   Chipita Park     Woodland Park   Divide   Teller County   El Paso County   
© 2015 MWR Enterprises d.b.a.    MyConciergeWebHosting.com 
www.MyConciergeWebHosting.com
The Six Factors to Consider Choosing a web host

See how your web site ‘lives’.

Now we take a deeper look into how your website is hosted in the same concept but much closer to reality.  With cheap web hosting, it generally resides overseas in some location no even fit for humans.  It’s pretty scary to see how someone ‘MacGyver’s’ these rigs together and expect it to work over the long haul.  Lots of voltage used outside of the USA so when things get out of hand things usually escalate quite quickly from bad to worse. I have personally worked on PC hardware since 1986 either by building or repairing and replacing components.  And I can tell you it’s not a matter of ‘if’ but more of a matter of ‘when’ there will be a hardware failure.  So when you look at the following photo I discovered on the Internet, just imagine the technician that has to try to locate a failed switch, router or hub.  Or maybe it’s a motherboard or a daughter-board or RAM or hard drive.  Maybe it’s the processor or a power supply.  How can anyone work in the following environment?!?  This is NOT cable management.  It’s more like a scene out of ‘The Matrix’ movie franchise!

Exhibit B: How NOT to manage

your servers.

Do you know what the biggest factor that prematurely kills servers? HEAT.  Mainly because there is not adequate air flow.  And what is restricting this air flow is proper cable management.  You just have to know that when web hosting server hardware break down, your web site goes down, your blogs go down and worse your e-commerce store drops as well.  Not far behind those interruptions in service goes your hard earned revenue stream.  Your web site’s email or web mail goes down.  It’s not enough to live with a backup that can be restored (if you setup your site to backup daily…you did set that up right?).  Once your site goes down it’s usually comes at the worst possible time like when you are ramping up a huge event online and rolling out a new product or service and you lose your audience because you look like you are out of business.   I know because it happened to me personally back in 2001.

Exhibit C.  How NOT to recover

any time soon.

There can also be a loss to commercial power and diesel backup generators can fail.  I have seen firsthand what happens to a national call center when an automobile crashes into an in- ground power transformer.  The power loss covered a square mile and the generator did not turn on.  Staff was coming into a dark environment before the sunrise.  Company revenue was delayed since nobody could be online and on the phones.  It was a catastrophic situation.  In other situations the backup generators only can partially restore power like maybe 2/3rds and then until commercial power is restored, the biggest job is to keep the diesel tank full of fuel.  Below is another fantastic display of ‘organized chaos’.

Now THIS is what proper cable management looks like:

Let’s take a tour around at

what could be your new home

for hosting your web site.

The following is an example of proper cable management that solves the issue of overheating and quickly identifying hardware server components for proper troubleshooting.  Ever notice how some web sites never seem to go down or rarely when they do they come back up?  It’s because they host on mirrored data centers that are strategically placed on both ends of the USA.  So if there’s ever a fiber cut that can last hours or even days or a week, the network just calls up your site from a different location.  Brilliant!  So now if there is an issue, it gets resolved in minutes in most cases not hours or days.  When you have certified engineers of Cisco Systems, Linux Servers providing you with peace of mind that your web site is going to continue to reach 99.9 % uptime.    The following image is what the back end of a data-center server looks like.  It’s not the ‘pretty’ side, but it’s organized and accessible.

Data Centers also known as

‘The Cloud’.

I think marketers around the globe really are charming to make it appear to the general public that data just floats up to ‘The Cloud’ and that’s where stuff is just safely kept.  It just sounds so soft and fluffy.  If only that were true.  Here’s what those ‘clouds’ really look like here in the USA.  
Now for the ‘pretty’ side of servers…
The image below is a power plant that keeps a ‘popular’ social media site rolling 24/7/365.  Do you ‘Like’ it?
Click the right arrow to continue or the left to go back.
Proudly Serving web site owners from coast to coast and in the following local communities in the Pikes Peak Region of Colorado: Colorado Springs   Larkspur   Monument   Black Forest   Glen Eagle      United States Air Force Academy   Security   Widefield    Fort Carson   Fountain Peterson Air Force Base   Peyton   Falcon   Ellicott   Old Colorado City   Cascade Manitou Springs   Chipita Park   Woodland Park   Divide   Teller County   El Paso County