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Net Neutrality has been in the news a lot lately, but it’s a complex issue. Even the experts don’t know exactly what will happen next or what the potential implications could be. If you’re trying to get up-to-speed on the issue, we’re here to help.

Net Neutrality is the premise that all traffic on the Internet should be treated equally by service providers and the law. Basically, if you think of the Internet as a “series of tubes,” it’s the idea that no one should be able to block or halt what goes through them – not even the people who own the tubes.

As Internet users expect more multimedia content, many businesses are adding video and audio files to their websites. However, it is important to ensure your Web hosting space can handle extra traffic before adding any type of multimedia content.

Before adding content, make sure you have the space to do so before you prevent yourself from receiving email, run out of space halfway through the files you want to add, or worse, crash your website.

If you haven’t yet paid for a transaction using some sort of mobile payment option, you likely will soon.

Americans will spend a projected $37 billion in mobile payment transactions in 2013, according to research firm Gartner, Inc. As smartphones and tablets become increasingly common, more mobile services are emerging to help businesses meet customer demand for flexible payment options.