29 Jul 2015

Hosting Services for Latin America #LatinAmericaNetwork

Hosting Services for Latin America



NocRoom hosting services provides bundled packages for companies in South America that are seeking to have their applications hosted in the United States at an affordable cost. Being located in Miami, our latency from South America is at a minimum making it possible for VoIP technology to provide excellent service. For those business based out of South America that need to have a presence in the United States, NocRoom is the perfect hosting facility that will meet all expectations.

Our fully redundant servers are supported by a Tier 3 data center facility delivering redundant power, cooling and Internet connectivity 24 / 7 and meets industry compliance standards HIPAA, SOX, GLB and Federal Banking regulations.

To learn more about our hosting services, visit us at NocRoom.com

Our Direct Fiber to Latin America market allows Low latency, High speed, Short paths and Optimal availability!

Making NocRoom Perfect for Cloud Hosted PBX Systems, Emails, Data, Colocation.

Tier1 Bandwidth Network

Multiple Tier 1 bandwidth providers call NocRoom home; including AT&T, CenturyLink, Cogent, Comcast Business Class, FiberLight, FPL FiberNet, Internap, Level 3, TW Telecom, Verizon Business and XO. NocRoom facility is also home to several Tier 2 carriers.

Details: https://NocRoom.com

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27 Jul 2015

Virtualization – Difference between OpenVZ and KVM

Miami Network OpenVZ and KVM

Miami Network OpenVZ and KVM

Virtualization – Difference between OpenVZ and KVM

Since this question surfaces from time to time, here is a short description of the main difference  between OpenVZ and KVM. Basicly it is two different ways to offer virtualization, OpenVZ using shared resources and KVM using full virtualization.This is not ment to be a deep technical analysis, see this as an introduction or “for dummies” guide. Lets start with a short explanation about what OpenVZ and KVM are, list some pros and cons of each virtualization type and then end with some guidelines when to choose what type and a personal recommendation. 


OpenVZ is container-based virtualization for Linux. OS level virtualization means many basic components exist once on the machine, and are used by all guests (like the identical kernel). That means that each container shares the same underlying OS but still operates as secure, isolated Linux container. Each container performs and executes exactly like a stand-alone server; a container can be rebooted independently and have root access, users, IP addresses, memory, processes, files, applications, system libraries and configuration files. This way you use the resources more efficient but at the same time you can not run different OS types (Linux and Windows).Some pros with running OpenVZ is good performance and less resources needed for the host.
For the end user it often comes with predefined templates that are easily installed with only a few clicks.The cons however is that it’s not easy to migrate to other platforms, the only kernel modules available are the ones loaded by the host and if you are missing something, it is up to the provider to add it or not.

KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is, on the other hand a full virtualization solution for Linux containing virtualization extensions (Intel VT or AMD-V). Using KVM, one can have Linux and Windows virtual machines running side by side on the same hardware . Each virtual machine has private virtualized hardware: own kernel, a network card, disk, graphics adapter, etc. Since it has its own virtualized hardware, the virtual server will act completely on its own.Because of KVM maintains separate instances for each virtual server it uses significantly more resources than OpenVZ form a host perspective. in overhead to create/maintain separate instances for each VM. The pros with KVM is that all applications should work exactly as on a dedicated server, usability of its own kernel, the flexibility of migrating from virtual machine to dedicated server.These perks comes with a price, the price of more resources needed for the host, meaning a small performance penalty regarding I/O and CPU.


When choosing between the different virtualization techniques there are no better than the other.The main question is; what are you going to run on that server?A web server with mysql and php?You can go either way, personally I prefer OpenVZ in this case because of the ease with reinstalls.

Java? Go with KVM. With the resources that Java needs, it will cause extra pressure on the host when running OpenVZ which sometimes can be mistaken for abuse. KVM handles the memory better and are therefore preferred.

Backup Server that requires remote attached storage?
KVM is the answer here. Since OpenVZ relies on the hosts kernel you might end up with some modules not being loaded and the provider are not interested in loading them for you. With KVM you have access to your own kernel and can add/remove modules as you like.Bibliography

OpenVZ wiki: http://openvz.org/Main_Page
KVM wiki: http://www.linux-kvm.org/page/Main_

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26 Jul 2015

Miami Medical Hosting for Health Care, HIPPA Compliant Miami Data Center



Miami Medical Hosting for Health Care, HIPPA Compliant Miami Data Center
SwitchMIA is known for its flexibility and “All In One” VPS provider in South Florida. For those companies that are seeking to have a portal software, it would make sense to have our staff learn of your particular business and provide you a turn key solution with hosting and storage included.

SwitchMIA is able to provide you with company knowledge and expertise with a solution that can be easily accessible and shareable with the staff that need it the most.

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23 Jul 2015

Getting ready for #FIME 2015 ? IT Tech Services Check List

Getting ready for #FIME 2015 ? IT Tech Services Check List – Miami IT Support by NocRoom

NocRoom is the leader company in IT Support. NocRoom provides affordable and reliable enterprise class computer IT support and outsourcing to small and medium sized businesses located in Miami FL. We provide services to customers in Hospitality, Construction, Real Estate, Manufacturing and Services industries. With over 10 years of experience, our demonstrated methodology enables us to deliver what we guarantee to our clients, ongoing maintenance, strategic planning, remote monitoring and 24 x 7 infrastructure support. Our certified staff provides personal and professional on site/remote service to bring you valuable business results.

NocRoom is committed to providing 24×7 service and support led by our highly skilled; rapid-response teams who deliver the highest level of dedicated and personalized service.

NocRoom Office and Data Center Services Includes:

  • New Building Network and Phone Designs
    Copper or Fiber Network
    IPv4 and IPv6 routing
    Routers and Config (new, used, custom build, open source)
    Server Installs and Config
    Data Sharing
    On-Premises or Cloud – Microsoft Exchange Server Emails 2013
    On-Premises VOIP
    Config PC’s (OS Loading, Email setup, Buildup, etc)
    Virtualization setup and Config
    Server Clustering
    Load Balancing
    VM OpenVZ or KVM Setup and Management
    Server Racking and Installation
    Auto Data Backups (PC or Servers, On-Premises or Off Site)
    On-Premises or Cloud – Point of Sale POS Systems
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16 Jul 2015

Bitcoin on Miami Based Network Operation Center NocRoom.com

Bitcoin on Miami Based Network Operation Center NocRoom.com



You can now buy Miami IT Services, VPS, Dedicated Servers, Colocation, Microsoft Exchange Email and Point of Sale Systems (POS) services with Bitcoins! We’ve partnered with Coinbase to become the first major retailer to accept the digital currency. So shop away!


1. Get Bitcoin
There are several ways to get Bitcoins, but the easiest is to exchange them for currency at your bank or a Bitcoin exchange. You can also buy Bitcoins from friends, accept them as payment for goods or services, or generate new Bitcoins through a process called “mining.”
Sign Up at Coinbase.com Get Bitcoin

2. Shop NocRoom.com
You can now pay for all your services on NocRoom.com using Bitcoins! NocRoom.com is expanding the possibilities of Bitcoin purchases by offering services to the Bitcoin community.
Shop NocRoom.com With Bitcoin

3. Check Out
If you are already a Bitcoin user and would like to place an order using this form of payment, select the Pay with Bitcoin option under the Payment Information section of our checkout page.

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15 Jul 2015

Do you need a Point of Sale (POS) system? Buyer’s Guide

Do you need a Point of Sale (POS) system? Buyer’s Guide

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As with any significant business purchase, buying a POS system should involve careful research into what the market has to offer – as well what your own needs are. A computerized POS system can probably pay for itself within 6 mo’s to an year in most cases, with NocRoom Cloud Based POS your return of investment can be within the first month.
Save money – A cloud Point of Sale (POS) can drastically cut down on shrinkage – the inventory that disappear from your store or restaurant due to the theft, wastage, and employee misuse. Because employees will know that inventory is being carefully tracked, internal shrinkage will dwindle.

Improve Accuracy – Whether you use barcode scanning or not, POS systems ensure that every item in your store or in your menu is sold for the correct price. Your staff will never miss-enter or guess price again, and you can change prices with just one tweak in the computer.

Get better margins – Detail sales report can help you focus on higher-margin items. By moving item within a retail location or promoting under-performing dishes in a restaurant setting, you can help boost sales of high-profit items.

Know where you stand – At any point of the day, a POS system can tell you how many of a particular product has sold that day, week or month. Find out how much money you have in your cash drawer or pull up a report of the days earnings right at your fingertips!

Better inventory management – Detailed sales reports make it easier for you to keep track of inventory. Track your remaining inventory, sales trends, and use historical data to better forecast your future purchases. The software can alert you to reorder when stocks run low.

Build a customer list – Collect the names and addresses of your customers. Use the list for targeted advertising and incentive programs.

Increase productivity – Reduce paperwork, save time POS systems can dramatically reduce the time you spend doing inventory, sales figures, and other repetitive but important paperwork.

Faster & more efficient transactions – In retail settings, barcode scanners and other POS features increase the efficiency during checkout. Restaurants will find their ordering process greatly streamlined as orders are relayed automatically to the kitchen from the dining area. Increase efficiency and lessen human error.

Keep in mind that realizing these benefits requires a commitment to utilizing the POS systems capabilities to its fullest. Without appropriate training and ongoing analysis, even the most sophisticated POS system will be no more useful than a basic cash register.


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09 Jul 2015

Miami Cloud Point of Sale Solution POS



Miami Cloud Point of Sale Solution POS

The cloud affords the user with a reliable, secure, scalable, and maintained system without the need for costly hardware, time consuming updates, and fear of losing data. User data is stored on redundant servers with all sensitive information encrypted and visible only to the proper party. Data will never be lost, seen by other parties, or reach a limit in storage capacity. Systems are maintained, updated, and upgraded seamlessly through the cloud with no interruption in service.

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06 Jul 2015

Hosted Microsoft Exchange Email – $40 Per Year Per User Promo YourName@YourDomain.com Bitcoin ok

Hosted Microsoft Exchange Email Bitcoin ok

Microsoft Exchange is the world’s leading corporate email platform. NocRoom is ready to help your business achieve its messaging goals by combining our service with Microsoft enterprise software for maximum performance, availability, and flexibility.

Email is a mission-critical communications tool that allows people to efficiently interact. Everyone expects efficient access to email, calendars, attachments, contacts, and more no matter where they are or what type of mobile device they use.

Details: //nocroom.com/miami-network/services/microsoft-hosted-exchange-servers/

Miami Hosted Cloud Exchange Email Services by NocRoom
Promo: $40 per Year, New Signups Only, Per User
Coupon Code: 40bucks

Email Accounts 1 (Selectable qty for additional email accounts)
Storage 15GB Per user Account
Sync across all devices
Domain-based email (i.e. yourname@ursite.com)
Outlook Web Application
Daily Backup
Anti-Spam/Virus Firewall
99.999% Uptime guarantee
Compliant-Ready packages

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