Beginners, Businesses, Developers, NewsBest Managed Hosts, managed hosting, Managed Web Hosting
August 16, 2014 by

This article on Managed Web Hosting services continues our series on Basic Web Hosting for our readers  (check out our last article about Cloud Hosting services).
Most people start out hosting their websites on shared servers (where multiple Websites are hosted on a single server), and so they may not be familiar with the term “managed hosting” at all. The term only begins to apply when the user is looking for semi-dedicated hosting, dedicate servers, and VPS hosting. When it comes to web hosting, you can think of the term “managed” …

July 24, 2014 by

In 1996 the .uk domain name registry was founded. Named Nominet UK, the nonprofit organization has offered the following top level domain extensions in the United Kingdom over the years:,,,,,, and
The Nominet UK registry had registered over 10 million domains (10,301,331) by the end of 2012 – with the annual number of new domains registered tallying at about 2 million per year. According to industry domain data the United Kingdom (Nominet’s primary marketplace) was ranked 4th in overall domains registered behind the United States, …

Beginners, Businesses, Developers, virtual private servers, Virtual Private Servers, VPS
April 26, 2014 by
news, one of the largest Web Hosting providers in the world, is launching its 2014 Virtual Private Servers Hosting plan which will be divided in two versions, “Classic” and “Cloud”. The 2014 VPS show unmatched characteristics when it comes to performance and services. The VPS are becoming increasingly popular as they provide freedom, administrative autonomy, simple configuration and flexibility at an unbeatable quality/price ratio. Developers are using them as test environments, web agencies host their clients’ websites on them and they are an excellent alternative to PaaS. To fulfill these …

Archive, News, Presscloud hosting, dedicated servers, singlehop
October 28, 2013 by

▪ SingleHop updates full line of Dedicated Servers▪ Features new CPUs, more RAM and larger hard drives▪ Significant Shift Forward▪ Customers given access to bleeding edge hardware
SingleHop, a global leader in highly automated bare metal and cloud infrastructure, has announced a substantial upgrade to its stable of bare metal dedicated servers. By updating the dedicated server lineup, the company hopes to help customers get better performance by taking advantage of the latest and greatest hardware available.
Check out:  SingleHop Server Lineup Shakedown
Updates to dedicated servers are significant shift forward
The new dedicated servers line is a …

Beginners, Businesses, Developers, Newscyber attack, cyber criminals, Cyber Security, hacker, hacktivists
May 31, 2013 by

WatchGuard® Technologies has released an infographic that profiles the hackers that pose the greatest threats to today’s businesses. From a recent breach that enabled hackers to steal money from ATMs, through to cyber espionage claims against China and denial of service (DoS) attacks on financial institutions, businesses of all sizes are concerned about the security of their networks and wondering who is behind the attacks.
The infographic – ’The Three Bad Guys Behind the Latest Cyber-Security Attacks’ aims to educate businesses and consumers on the motives and methods used by …

Archive, Businesses, News, Presscloud computing, dedicated servers, Mark Cravotta, singlehop, Zak Boca
May 29, 2013 by

Mr. Cravotta Holds Significant Experience with Large Hosting Firms – Will Manage Product Lifecycles and Ensure Optimal Customer Service Standards

Newsenom, icann, new TLD
April 24, 2013 by

eNom, the world’s largest ICANN accredited wholesale registrar, has revealed two key touchstones achieved in its ongoing commitment to ready customers for the upcoming launch of new Top Level Domains (TLDs). Following the ICANN 46 Conference in Beijing earlier this month, the registrar reports that more than 400 of their resellers have signed up for the initiative for new TLDs, with modules specifically tailored for partners and end-users to seamlessly participate in all phases of this historic launch.
Additionally, the eNom New TLD Watchlist module has collected more than two million expressions of interest for domains …

Newsbusiness hosting, Ecwid, shopping cart
January 28, 2013 by

Ecwid, Inc, the leading Facebook storefront provider by number of active users, and Payvment, the social commerce platform with the most Facebook storefronts, announce an agreement whereby Payvment will refer its subscribers to transfer their Facebook stores to Ecwid’s Facebook platform. As a result of this agreement, Ecwid will strengthen its position as the leader in social commerce software.
Ecwid will be adding to its existing community of over 250,000 merchants in 174 countries by acquiring sellers referred by Payvment, which announced today it would be closing its social commerce service …

Newssecurity, trends
December 20, 2012 by
2013 Trends

The end of the year often heralds many traditions. One of the most sacred is guessing what the next year will bring.  ThreatMetrix continues this time honored tradition by pronouncing their own set of trending cyber-issues for 2013. The list includes cyberwarfare, data breaches, migrating malware, bring-your-own-device (BYOD), cloud computing, and mobile and social media fraud.
“This year, cybercriminals have become so advanced that security professionals are struggling to detect many of their attacks in a timely manner,” said Andreas Baumhof, chief technology officer, ThreatMetrix. “As nearly every industry is increasingly …

Newsbusiness, research, risk
December 6, 2012 by

Software license compliance audits are an established industry practice by which vendors are allowed to investigate customers’ actual software usage, and seek additional compensation in the form of a “true-up” penalty if use exceeds licensing terms. According to Flexera Software’s 2012 Software Pricing and Licensing Survey, prepared jointly with IDC, software vendors are continuing to exercise their rights to audit their customers and true-up.
Part of the problem can be traced to challenges companies face tracking and managing software license use, and reconciling that use to ensure compliance with licensing terms. …