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  Why web hosting is required?
Posted by: sara laurence - 01-14-2022, 11:45 AM - Forum: Bug Report / Feature Request - Replies (2)

A solid website hosting service is necessary for your brand to provide a high-quality service to the public.  According to [url=https://nativewebstudio.com/]native web studio[/url] many applications, such as systems, virtual marketplaces, blogs, and websites, can benefit from hosting, with benefits ranging from improved performance to increased security.

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  Why we need WordPress?
Posted by: webdesignersagency - 12-17-2021, 11:18 AM - Forum: Bug Report / Feature Request - Replies (3)

WordPress is a content management system (CMS) that allows you to manage your website's content (CMS for short). [url=https://webdesignersagency.com/wordpress-development]WordPress development services[/url] is a  powerful tool for building and maintaining websites. WordPress may be used for blogs, corporate websites, personal websites, and eCommerce enterprises. This platform is web-based, which means you don't have to install any desktop software to utilize it.

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  How to Move Microsoft Access to the Cloud
Posted by: Akshay_M - 06-22-2021, 01:42 PM - Forum: Bug Report / Feature Request - No Replies

[color=#757575][size=medium][font=ITCAvantGardeStd-BK]Everyone is becoming familiar with the idea of “The Cloud” and, as more and more applications become available online, many businesses are taking a “cloud first” approach when looking at business software.[/font][/size][/color]
[color=#757575][size=medium][font=ITCAvantGardeStd-BK]If you’ve developed an application in Microsoft Access, whether as a professional developer to sell commercially or for your own business, the question you need to ask is how do I move my Access database to the cloud.[img=0x0]https://forum.bandainamcoent.eu/core/misc/icons/e32700/error.svg[/img]
A quick internet search on “move Access database to the cloud” may guide you to a page on Microsoft’s website aboutsharing Access databases. In the past Microsoft would have suggested using an Office 365 hosted SharePoint site to hold the data but interestingly Microsoft no longer recommends using SharePoint, and this is hardly surprising. Access performs best when the application has a fast and reliable connection to its data and this is unlikely to be the case with data hosted at the other end of the Internet in SharePoint online.[/font][/size][/color]
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[color=#757575][size=medium][font=ITCAvantGardeStd-BK]Getting the best performance out of Access In the Cloud[/font][/size][/color]
Think about Access running on your local PC. Here the forms and queries are in the same place as the tables, likely on your C: drive, so performance is usually spot on.
The next layer is when Access in the cloud is running on your corporate network. Often each user has a front end executable file with the forms, queries and reports, connecting to a back end database, containing the data tables, on a shared network drive. This approach will work well, but will be slightly slower compared with running locally.
You could in theory run Access in the cloud across a Wide Area Network but unless you’re on a 100mbps or higher (ideally gigabit) leased line between the application and the data, you will find performance probably close to being unacceptable.
So imagine trying to connect an Access application to its database that’s somewhere out on the internet such as SharePoint on Office 365, every developer I’ve spoken to that’s tried this has given up on it.[/font][/size][/color]
[color=#757575][size=medium][font=ITCAvantGardeStd-BK]Access in the cloud on hosted SQL Server
Another option to move Access database to the cloud you will hear mentioned is connecting the local Access application to a hosted SQL database. Like the SharePoint method mentioned above, you still have a disconnect between the application and its data, so unless your business has an incredibly fast internet connection there is still likely to be a hit on performance.[/font][/size][/color]
[color=#757575][size=medium][font=ITCAvantGardeStd-BK]Access on Remote Desktop Services[/font][/size][/color]
The most reliable method to move your Access database to the cloud is to use a hosted remote desktop services.  Previously called Terminal Services, this functionality was designed for situations where users need to share applications from multiple or remote locations without requiring a particularly fast internet or network connection.
With remote desktop services the Access application (The Front End) is in the same place as the database (The back end), probably on the same computer and usually on the same drive. So this is just like running on your local PC when it comes to performance.
The user connects to the application over the Internet and as the only thing travelling over the network are the keyboard presses and mouse clicks the Internet is no bottleneck to performance. I don’t care how fast you can type it won’t be as fast as your internet connection, even if you’re on a dial up modem. The only data coming back down the internet are the screen refreshes, and generally screen changes are tiny.
Another great advantage of using hosted remote desktop services to move your Access database to the cloud is that you don’t need to make any design or code changes, unlike the other methods described above. It is a good idea to split the database, but this is something you should do anyway if sharing it, even on a local network, and splitting the database is usually a 2-minute job using the Access Database Splitter wizard.[/font][/size][/color]
[color=#757575][size=medium][font=ITCAvantGardeStd-BK]Other Benefits of moving Access database to the cloud using hosted remote desktop services
Businesses like cloud based applications because they don’t need to worry about anything, they just pay the subscriptions and let the provider look after the rest.  They don’t need to worry about backups, or Anti-Virus (except on their local PCs), or support, or updates, or licences, or upgrades.  Moving Access to the cloud using a hosted remote desktop service is exactly the same.  The provider looks after everything leaving you to use your application.
Making changes to your database is also easy, you just release a new front-end and save it on the server and everyone gets it.  No more visiting each PC to deploy a new version.
Connecting to a remote desktop service just needs a small bit of software, a remote desktop client, which is built in to Windows, so it’s very quick and easy to rollout to users. There are also clients for Apple Mac, iPad and Android devices so you’re not restricted as to what computers can run your application.[/font][/size][/color]

[color=#757575][size=medium][font=ITCAvantGardeStd-BK]Learn more about [url=https://www.apps4rent.com/microsoft-access-hosting.html][color=#ffad00]Microsoft Access Online Database[/color][/url] | [url=https://www.clouddesktoponline.com/][color=#ffad00]Cloud Desktop[/color][/url] | [url=https://www.clouddesktoponline.com/what-is-windows-virtual-desktop-wvd/][color=#ffad00]VDI Desktop as a service[/color][/url][/font][/size][/color]

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  Question about Control Panel
Posted by: rebarichie - 06-02-2021, 02:23 AM - Forum: Bug Report / Feature Request - No Replies

Do I need to install the control panel once I buy the cloud service from you ?

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  Need Remote FTP Backup Feature
Posted by: toolsnp - 04-28-2021, 02:08 AM - Forum: Admin Control Panel - No Replies

My humble request please add  Remote FTP Backup Feature on it from admin end ,

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Posted by: Akshay_M - 03-23-2021, 02:23 PM - Forum: Bug Report / Feature Request - Replies (6)


[size=small][color=#212529][size=x-large]A hosted desktop is a cloud-based solution, offering local PC desktop access from a setup hosted from cloud infrastructure.[/size][/color]

[color=#212529][size=medium]Hosted setups are growing in popularity with businesses. We outline the benefits of a hosted desktop setup.[/size][/color]

[color=#212529][size=medium]One of the primary benefits of hosted desktop services is the ability for employees to access their desktop remotely, in many cases via a range of devices. Emails, files, and other important data are all accessible, without the need to be tied to the office.[/size][/color]

[color=#212529][size=medium]The ability to take advantage of hosted desktop services means businesses can reduce outgoings on expenses like in-house servers and, in many cases, other items of expensive IT hardware. With desktop’s hosted in the cloud, the cost is shared more broadly.[/size][/color]

[color=#212529][size=medium]Cloud computing, and hosted desktops by extension, allow for superior scalability. This allows businesses more agility to grow in a way that suits them. Hosted desktops are flexible in their configuration, and easy to change in line with the growing and changing requirements of a business.[/size][/color]

[color=#212529][size=medium]The flexibility of access and configuration allowed by remote desktops makes them convenient and a bonus for productivity as well.[/size][/color]
[color=#212529][size=medium]The ability to work as and when required means that there’s no delays, no downtime, and no periods where your business has to go dark.[/size][/color]
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[color=#212529][size=medium]Cloud servers now generally boast up-times upwards of 99.5%. This means that your business operates on your schedule rather than the schedule of your hosting company. In the unlikely event of unexpected downtime, regular data backups keep you in contact with your essential data.[/size][/color]
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  I want to install on Ubuntu, Can It work ?
Posted by: evanthomas981 - 04-30-2020, 12:53 PM - Forum: User Control Panel - Replies (1)

I want to install on Ubuntu, Can It work ?

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  Getting started with acp (Admin control panel)
Posted by: OviForumAdmin - 08-17-2019, 08:55 AM - Forum: Admin Control Panel - No Replies

Getting started with acp (Admin control panel)

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  Getting started with ucp (User Control Panel)
Posted by: OviForumAdmin - 08-17-2019, 08:54 AM - Forum: User Control Panel - No Replies

This post explains about getting started with ucp (user control panel)

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  Customised OVI Installation
Posted by: Howard6078 - 08-05-2019, 11:40 AM - Forum: Admin Control Panel - Replies (1)

How can I customise OVIPanel installation using following features:
> Install Varnish Reverse proxy with Nginx on per domain configuration (Varnish on 80 and Nginx on 82 port)
> Install MySQL 8.0.17 with remote access and configure Email server on it with Roundcube webmail with security
> Configure CSF Firewall and automatically install Letsencrypt SSL certificate when creating new account
> cPanel Account migration with email accounts.

Otherwise you need to install and provide help to create new domain account with these features.

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