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A website domain is the unique name or address that people use to access a website on the internet. When someone enters a domain name into their web browser, the browser sends a request to a network of servers called the Domain Name System (DNS).
The DNS translates the domain name into an IP address, which is a numerical identifier used to locate the website’s server on the Internet. The browser then sends a request to the server for the website’s content, and the server responds by sending the website’s files back to the user.
Yes, it is possible to change a website domain name after it has been registered, but it can be a complicated process and can result in potential loss of traffic and search engine rankings. It is strongly recommended to carefully consider the decision to change a domain name and seek guidance from a website developer or SEO expert.
The scope of work in server hosting and maintenance includes tasks such as:
- setting up servers
- managing and monitoring the server health and performance
- ensuring security and data backups
- installing and configuring applications and updates related to the server
- troubleshooting and resolving technical issues
- ensuring high availability and reliability of the server
The scope can vary depending on the size and complexity of the server infrastructure and the specific requirements of the business or organization. It does not include design, development and customization of websites & applications hosted on the server.