There are generally two ways to conceive of WordPress relationships with external APIs: theme integration and plugin integration. With a little WordPress experience, both of these processes are relatively straightforward and can be executed in a short amount of time. Below are some things you can do every time you integrate a plugin API to ensure the process goes smoothly.
DDoS attacks, short for “Distributed Denial-of-Service” attacks, are an attempt to disrupt and often stop the flow of web traffic on a server. They are increasingly common tactics used by hackers and other malicious actors on the internet to try and hurt businesses and individuals financially, or to extort them for a variety of reasons.
Since we are now firmly in the era of big data and data-dependent business models, it makes sense to think of Data as the new gold. The collection and monetization of data is part of the business model of virtually every business online.
Web hosting is when a provider makes a site accessible for viewing online by allocating server space to store the site’s files. A server hosts every website you’ve ever accessed, including this one.