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Restoring a Storm Server from an Image

Now that you have an image of a storm server, you can create new servers from that image. Here’s how to do just that:Reimaging Your ServerClick the Restore tab for the server you wish to reimage. The process is similar to restoring a…

Creating a Backup for a Site in cPanel

Individual accounts within cPanel have the ability to create backups for their site via the cPanel interface. The backup that is created via this method will backup the user’s home directory, any sql databases owned by the user, and…

How To: Restore a Domain From cPanel Backups

While it is a good and useful thing to have entire server backups, sometimes you only need to restore one or two domains. In these situations, cPanel backups make it easy for one to restore just a single site from the Web Host Manager (WHM)…

How To Secure Your WordPress Site

WordPress is one of the most popular Content Management Systems on the Internet. Due to it’s popularity, it is also the target of many hackers.  We’re here to show you our top 5 recommendations on how to secure your WordPress…

Creating Storm Server Images

We have written previously about regularly backing up Storm Servers, but that only covers automated image backups. With the Storm platform, it is possible to take image snapshots of your server whenever you wish.Note For Windows Servers: In…

An Overview of Managed WordPress

WordPress is open source software for building unique and powerful websites! It is quickly becoming the easiest and most popular way to create blogs, business sites, portfolios, forums, memberships, and e-commerce websites. sxi.io Web’s…

cPanel Backups

While no substitute for your own offsite backups, cPanel backups are extremely useful for recovering data in certain situations.BACKUP SCHEDULEcPanel keeps backups on a schedule:dailyweeklymonthlyConfiguring backups on your server can be…

How Do I Secure My Linux Server?

Ubuntu SecurityBest Practices for Security on Your New Ubuntu Server: Users, Console and FirewallBest Practices for Security on Your New Ubuntu Server: AppArmor, Certs, eCryptfs, and Encrypted LVMHow Do I Secure My Linux Server? Our last…