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SCSI (pronounced SKUH-zee and sometimes colloquially known as "scuzzy"), the Small
Computer System Interface, is a set of evolving ANSI standard electronic interfaces that
allow personal computers to communicate with peripheral hardware such as disk drives, tape
drives, CD-ROM drives, printers, and scanners faster and more flexibly than previous
interfaces. Developed at Apple Computer and still used in the Macintosh, the present set of
SCSIs are parallel interfaces. SCSI ports are built into most Servers today and supported
by all major operating systems, HardDrives use SCASI is faster than IDE drives.
Bandwidth (the width of a band of electromagnetic frequencies) is used to mean
1) how fast data flows on a given transmission path, and
2) the width of the range of frequencies that an electronic signal occupies on a given
Any digital or analog signal has a bandwidth.Generally speaking, bandwidth is directly
proportional to the amount of data transmitted or received per unit time.
In a qualitative sense, bandwidth is proportional to the complexity of the data for a
given level of system performance.
FTP is a method of transferring files between one computer and another in a different
location. FTP access is usually necessary to be able to upload files to your web server.
An FTP client program (such as CuteFTP or WS-FTP) is required to access an FTP server.
This is a great function that enables you to automatically send a customized message to
everyone that sends you email. This is a great way to confirm to the sender that the email
was delivered safely.
YourBusinessSolutions.com® provides you with an unlimited number of auto responders, you can have one
for every email account you create.
Very useful tool enable you to filter the incomming messages from certain address or have
certain subject, you can add unlimited filters in all Sterlet Plans.
Many users are more comfortable with using the email forwarding then setting up a full
pop3/smtp email account. Email forwarding works in a simple way. You specify the email
account you want forwarded (email@example.com) then the email account you want to receive
the email, normally it’s your ISP (firstname.lastname@example.org). All email that is sent to
email@example.com will be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, when you are checking your ISP mail
you can also receive your domain email.
There is no limit to the number of email forwarding accounts you can have.
Subdomain levels can be used. For example, you could have "http://anything.your-domain.com".
Together, "your-domain.com" constitutes a fully-qualified domain name. Subdomains cant take
www. infront of it. Subdomains point to a subfolder in your main domain name like
http://anything.your-domain.com will point to http://www.your-domain.com/anything/ . and finally
subdomains can use its private FTP account which access the subdomain's subfolder only.
Domain pointer is additional domain point to the main domain name home page not to a
folder on the main domain, without any FTP or Mail features. [top]
POP Eamil Accounts
POP3 accounts use a username and password to log in and check collect your e-mails with
the help of programs like Outlook and Eudora. POP3 accounts are managed using the control
panel, providing you ease of use and flexibility. POP3 email can also be checked by using
our browser based email program. [top]
Catch-all Email Account
A lot of hosts offer a "Catch-all" Email account. This means that when someone sends an
email to email@example.com, it will go to you by default. This way, you can have, for
example, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, and so
on - with all of it going to the email account you specify in your Account (or domain)
control panel. This is especially useful when a user makes a typo (or error) in the email
address - as long as they get the domain name correct, you will get the email.
MySQL 3.2 Database
MySQL is a true multi-user, multi-threaded SQL database server. SQL, Structured Query
Language, is a standardized language that makes it easy to store, update and access
information. For example, you can use SQL to retrieve product information and store
customer information for a web site. MySQL is also fast and flexible enough to allow you
to store logs and pictures in it.
The main goals of MySQL are speed, robustness and ease of use. MySQL was originally
developed because we needed a SQL server that could handle very large databases an order
of magnitude faster than what any database vendor could offer to us on inexpensive
hardware. We have now been using MySQL since 1996 in an environment with more than 40
databases containing 10,000 tables, of which more than 500 have more than 7 million rows.
This is about 100 gigabytes of mission-critical data. [top]
PHP (Personal Home Page Tools)
VB Script. It is a cross-platform alternative to Microsoft's Active Server Page (ASP)
which runs only on Microsoft's Windows NT servers. PHP is freely available and used
primarily on Linux Web Servers. Like ASP, its commands are embeded within the HTML of a
web page. The commands are later executed on the web server, making it browser independant.
The web browser only sees the resulting HTML output of the PHP code, and does not need to
do any real work itself, fortunately, since different browsers display data differently,
at least for the time being.