Liquid Web Launches New Three-Tiered Partner Program

March 18, 2016 | Web Hosting News
Liquid Web announced the launch of a new channel partner program to offer a range of web hosting solutions through digital agencies, VARs, and web professionals on Thursday. ...read more
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Liquid Web Launches New Three-Tiered Partner Program

March 18, 2016 | Web Hosting News
Liquid Web announced the launch of a new channel partner program to offer a range of web hosting solutions through digital agencies, VARs, and ... ...read more
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Plesk sets new standards for security, speed and agility of web operations

March 18, 2016 | Web Hosting News
Plesk is becoming a stand-alone company and launches its new brand and strategic positioning at Worldhostingdays 2016, the largest hosting & cloud event in the world. (www.whd.global). Zurich, Switzerland and Toronto, Canada – March 15th, 2016 – Following an earlier announcement from Parallels Holdings Limited that Plesk will become a stand-alone company after the sale of Odin Service Automation to Ingram Micro in December 2015, Plesk i
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Comcast Allies with Amazon Web Service to Aid Enterprises

March 18, 2016 | Web Hosting News
... backup, dev/test, collaboration and billing or website hosting. At present, Comcast provides up to 10 Gbps of dedicated Ethernet connectivity to AWS ... ...read more
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Most Internet Users Think Encryption is Too Complicated

March 18, 2016 | Web Hosting News
Even though about 80% of those surveyed believe privacy is a fundamental right, about half think the government should be given access to encrypted files for safety, according to research done by Open-Xchange. The Consumer Openness Index 2016 shows the strong opinions people have on privacy, along with only about 20% using email encryption. Germans responding to the survey are much more likely to use email encryption than Americans, while about 5
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Google Cloud Stealing Some of the Apple Business from Amazon

March 18, 2016 | Web Hosting News
Apple has been one of the largest users of the Amazon Cloud Services and has made the decision to move some of its' infrastructure to the Google Cloud. While Google hasn't announced Apple as a customer yet, an anonymous source leaked the information to CRN. Representatives from both Apple and Google decided not to comment, while a spokesperson from Amazon questioned the integrity of the sources giving CRN information. According to the report, App
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How to choose the best Web Hosting provider to suit your needs

March 18, 2016 | Web Hosting News
When you are looking to learn and understand the core elements of web hosting, there are a number of basic educational tools available online. ...read more
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Minkels releases ROI Calculation Tool on data centre aisle containment, proving energy reduction of at least 30%

March 18, 2016 | Web Hosting News
Veghel, the Netherlands, March 15, 2016 – Minkels, a global solution provider delivering modular and energy efficient data centre solutions, part of listed company Legrand (Euronext Paris: LR), today releases a white paper on ROI calculation for investments in aisle containment – for enhanced energy efficiency. The new Minkels white paper provides a well-substantiated calculation model and all the parameters required to calculate achievable r
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Government Accidentally Reveals Edward Snowden as Target of 2013 Lavabit Case

March 18, 2016 | Web Hosting News
On Thursday, the U.S. Government accidentally revealed the identity of the target of their 2013 Lavabit email investigation. Lavabit was served with a pen register order and was ordered to turn over the SSL key so the FBI could decrypt traffic. The target of the 2013 investigation? Edward Snowden. Federal authorities have released a cache of documents without Snowden's name redacted, which is how Cryptome originally found that the target was Snow
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Government Blunder Exposes Snowden as Target in 2013 Lavabit Email Case

March 18, 2016 | Web Hosting News
The US government has unwittingly revealed the identity of the person it was investigating in 2013 when it served email service provider Lavabit with a pen register order, and later, demanded it turn over the private SSL key that would allow the FBI to decrypt traffic. ...read more
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