I’m proud to announce that we have successfully renewed our Microsoft Partnership – this year with the Silver Datacenter Competency. Every year we spend time and resources on the Microsoft … Continue reading Microsoft Partnership Renewed With Silver Datacenter Competency
On March 31, 2017 Brian Harry announced that CodePlex is shutting down. But we should have known this was coming, as over the past few years Microsoft had been running … Continue reading R.I.P. CodePlex
Attending HostingCon 2017 last week was bittersweet. On the morning of Monday, April 3 – the first day of the conference – a blog post officially announced that HostingCon 2017 would … Continue reading R.I.P. HostingCon
I’m sure by now you’ve seen or read about the changes that the big browsers (Chrome and Firefox) have made regarding insecure connections. Google even sent out email late last … Continue reading HTTPS: who needs it?
“Delete my WordPress blog? You can’t be serious!” Well, yes I am. If you aren’t using it. WordPress is the world’s most popular blog, CMS, framework, magic trick – however … Continue reading It’s time to delete your WordPress blog
We are happy to announce two new services that we are introducing in partnership with SpamExperts, who offer premium email security solutions. Inbox Filtering This is a premium spam filter solution … Continue reading SpamExperts email Inbox Filtering and Inbox Archiving are here
In this tutorial we will be reinstalling WordPress after it’s been compromised or “hacked.” The tutorial assumes three things: 1) The MySQL database your WordPress site was using wasn’t compromised, … Continue reading Reinstalling a clean version of WordPress after a compromise
I usually don’t do ‘lists’ – well unless it’s an IList<T> – but that’s another story. The purpose of this list is for me to share with you 3 things … Continue reading Top 3 Things January Brought Developers