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LOS ANGELES, CA – DreamHost®, a global leader in web hosting and Managed WordPress services, is pleased to announce its commitment to the principles outlined in a “Contract for the Web” created by the inventor of the world wide web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee.

The full text of the contract, designed to hold governments, companies, and citizens of the world to keeping the internet accessible and safe to all while minimizing misinformation and human indignity, is slated to be complete in May 2019. By that time fully half of the world’s population is expected to have access to the internet. Berners-Lee and his World Wide Web Foundation are currently asking governments, companies, and individuals to commit to the contracts’ outlined principles.


“When we first learned of the ‘Contract for the Web,’ signing on in support of its principles was imperative,” said Brett Dunst, DreamHost’s vice president of corporate communications. “These principles represent views and practices that have been ingrained in DreamHost’s culture since our earliest days. DreamHost has always been passionate about an Open Web that values safety, privacy, and accessibility — that’s what this contract is fighting for.”

Joining entities like Google, Facebook, and Cloudflare, DreamHost is one of the first in the Managed WordPress world to sign on in support of the “Contract for the Web’s” principles. In the future, Berners-Lee and his World Wide Web Foundation are hopeful that the contract’s principles could eventually be adopted by the United Nations or the G7. The contract is sponsored and promoted as a part of the Foundation’s “For the Web” campaign.

“Supporting a free and open web just makes sense. Something as powerful as the web requires constant protection, and this contract represents a strong step in that direction. Providing affordable access, respect for personal information, and embracing empowering technologies…these are not unreasonable or difficult things to offer. These principles ensure that the web will continue to work for humanity, not against it,” said Dunst. “The internet is our present and our future, and DreamHost will always do its part in ensuring it’s open and safe for all users.”

The principles can be found on https://contractfortheweb.org/ where internet users are being encouraged to sign on behalf of themselves and their businesses.

About DreamHost
DreamHost is a premier Managed WordPress hosting provider, giving over 400,000 businesses, developers and content creators worldwide the tools they need to own their digital presence. Powered by a strong team of industry experts with nearly two decades of advanced web experience, DreamHost is a leader in Managed WordPress hosting. Supporting the open source community with dedicated resources and top-tier talent, DreamHost believes in the power of the Open Web and the people that make it happen. Founded in 1997, DreamHost has offices in Los Angeles and Orange County, California and in Portland, Oregon.

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MarketGoo, a Spain-based SEO solutions provider, today announced that it has partnered with Endurance International Group, a leading provider of cloud-based platform solutions designed to help small and medium-sized businesses succeed online, to introduce a new SEO offering from Endurance’s key hosting brands. Designed with non-technical customers in mind, MarketGoo’s tool enables any website owner to help grow their business by optimizing their site for higher search rankings and more traffic on search engines like Google. “MarketGoo and Endurance share a similar goal of empowering website owners and their businesses to achieve their online goals. This SEO toolset is designed to help small businesses with no previous technical knowledge and it blends in seamlessly with the user experience across Endurance’s brands. We’re incredibly excited to see Endurance’s hosting customers improve their online results,” said Wences Garcia, CEO of MarketGoo. By generating a report of the user’s…
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AUSTIN, TX – – Bluehost, an Endurance International Group (NASDAQ: EIGI) company and top-rated web host by WordPress.org, continues to evolve its platform with the launch of WordPress Pro, an all-inclusive web hosting package optimized for WordPress websites. In addition to improved performance, WordPress Pro bundles popular add-ons like JetPack analytics, domain privacy, CodeGuard, and Sitelock into a new, easy-to-use customer Marketing Center.

“Bluehost is committed to continually evaluating and improving the hosting experience for our WordPress customers through innovation, new technologies, and customer feedback,” said Suhaib Zaheer, general manager, Bluehost. “WordPress Pro is a compilation of Bluehost’s popular services and tools packaged into an intuitive and easy to use website management experience. In addition to existing tools, WordPress Pro features the new Marketing Center dashboard, which will help customers save time by bringing important website analytics into a single view.”


The new Marketing Center, a dashboard included in all WordPress Pro packages, streamlines the management of multiple channels into a single view. From the Marketing Center, customers are easily able to monitor and manage SEO, social media, site analytics, and business reviews from Google and Bing. Website owners no longer need to log into a variety of third-party dashboards to manage their WordPress websites.

WordPress Pro is available in three packages: Build, Grow, and Scale, allowing small businesses to pick the plan that best fits their needs and growth plans. Build is the perfect entry point for professionals who have simple website needs but want improved performance over traditional website hosting. Grow is ideal for users with more complex needs and want control over their traffic dynamics and ad revenue. Scale fits the needs of small businesses with a large catalogue of content looking for advanced website features and hands-on support.

“We are extremely proud of this new web hosting experience And cannot wait to share it with the WordPress community at WordCamp US in Nashville this weekend. Attendees can stop by our booth for a demo of WordPress Pro and learn more,” stated Brady Nord, vice president of product development. “Whether through our engagement with the community or our WordPress focused solutions, Bluehost is committed to supporting the growing number of WordPress users around the world.”

Since 2013, Bluehost has been a global sponsor of WordCamps, community organized conferences that take place in cities around the world where WordPress enthusiasts meet to share knowledge about the online platform. Bluehost has renewed its sponsorship for 2019 and will continue to attend, speak, and support the WordPress community.

About Bluehost
Bluehost, an Endurance International Group company, is a trusted partner for WordPress users. Founded in 2003, Bluehost enables novices and experts alike to create and maintain a web presence with reliable web hosting, eCommerce tools, marketing applications, automated security, and WordPress tools. Its one-stop dashboard makes it easy for users to manage many aspects of their website from metrics to site security. Built on open source technology, Bluehost continues to support and participate in a wide range of open source projects to help push the internet to its full potential. For more information, visit www.bluehost.com.

About Endurance International Group
Endurance International Group Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: EIGI) helps millions of small businesses worldwide with products and technology to enhance their online web presence, email marketing, business solutions, and more. The Endurance family of brands includes: Constant Contact, Bluehost, HostGator, Domain.com and SiteBuilder, among others. Headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts, Endurance employs over 3,700 people across the United States, Brazil, India and the Netherlands. For more information, visit: www.endurance.com.

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Over 75% of organizations are either using or planning to use serverless computing in next 18 months, according to The New Stack Serverless Survey 2018. An increasing number of developers are preferring serverless computing to avoid the complexities of modern software development. In the development arena today, the developers are concerned about performance, scalability, security, privacy and more burdens. All these aspects can not only overwhelm a beginner, but also a veteran engineer. That is the reason serverless computing is more than just a technology. It’s also a movement. Serverless architecture is transforming the way software developers build, deploy, and manage applications today. It also positively impacts the business decision-making and structure of the organization. AWS released the first serverless platform – AWS Lambda in 2014. Other cloud providers like Google and Microsoft also launched their serverless computing services post that. Serverless offerings like…
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TAMARAC, FL – 3dcart, a leading eCommerce platform, announced today that they are expanding their Enterprise eCommerce solutions to include 2 new plans in order to present high-volume merchants with more options for running their business. Both plans are comparable to similar plans offered by other eCommerce providers including Shopify Plus, BigCommerce Enterprise, and Magento Enterprise, although 3dcart’s solution offers lower pricing and several advantages over these other options.

By fleshing out its Enterprise eCommerce plans, 3dcart has made it easier and more affordable for high-volume merchants in any industry to access 3dcart’s cloud-hosted enterprise-grade platform, which includes the most powerful eCommerce feature set, security, and web hosting on the market today. “By providing a range of Enterprise plans, we can serve our merchants better, both by creating ideal eCommerce solutions and by providing a more powerful platform at a lower price than competing plans like Shopify Plus, BigCommerce Enterprise, and Magento Enterprise,” said Gonzalo Gil, 3dcart CEO. “Our new plans also enable growing businesses to scale up at a more affordable rate, while gaining all the advantages of using 3dcart.”


3dcart’s flexible Enterprise plans offer more features for the money than similar plans offered by competing platforms, including cutting-edge SEO tools, advanced store design implementing Google AMP and other advantages, and more payment integrations than any other platform on the market. 3dcart also comes with more out-of-the-box features than other platforms, meaning less money spent on apps and custom development. Fully PCI compliant and guaranteeing 99.99% server uptime, 3dcart is prepared to deliver a superior SaaS eCommerce platform to Enterprise merchants worldwide.

For more information about 3dcart’s new Enterprise plans, visit https://www.3dcart.com/enterprise-ecommerce-solution.html.

About 3dcart
3dcart (https://www.3dcart.com), located in Tamarac, Florida, is the most SEO-friendly eCommerce platform for retailers and internet marketers to grow their online stores’ traffic and sales. 3dcart includes 24×7 Technical Support, 100+ Mobile-Ready Themes, order management software, built-in blog, email marketing tools and more. Since 1997, the company has been a leader in the eCommerce market, building online stores for businesses of all sizes. Today, 3dcart is Visa PCI Certified and a Google Partner.

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Serverless architecture market size is estimated to be USD 4.25 million in 2018 and is expected to reach USD 14.93 billion by 2023 at a CAGR of 28.6%. – ReportLinker The ‘serverless’ in serverless computing is more of a misnomer because servers are indeed an integral part of this technology model. Then, the question comes – what is Serverless computing? Nearly twenty years back, companies used to manage the entire server-side applications. This included – custom engineered programs, management of data servers, configuration of network switches and power requirements of data center racks. Things got simplified when the concept of cloud computing came in near 2000, and Amazon created its subsidiary Amazon Web Services in August 2006, followed by the launch of Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). Companies no longer worried about network provisioning, they could simply rent virtual machines and pay for them per usage. But still, people thought about their systems in terms of…
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