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Whether you are a blogger or an established business, the use of the best managed WordPress hosting platform is crucial for success. WordPress has been democratizing the web for over fifteen years now. It delivers the most flexible blogging experience and it is so easy to learn that even a beginner can work on it. Released in 2003, WordPress is the website content management system (CMS) which powers over 30 percent of the entire web. It provides access to thousands of free plugins and themes, using which you can design your website and add powerful features. If you use WordPress for some hobby, then the free account is fine for you. But if you have an established website, and have regular heavy traffic, then you may face some downtime. Also, the webpages will take long to load. Since you need to ensure a lot of things to keep your website running, including the content, design, social media, marketing, and a lot more things, WordPress management may become cumbersome in the long run….
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Whether you are a blogger or an established business, the use of the best managed WordPress hosting platform is crucial for success. WordPress has been democratizing the web for over fifteen years now. It delivers the most flexible blogging experience, and is so easy to learn that even a beginner can work on it. Released in 2003, WordPress is the website content management system (CMS) which powers over 30 percent of the entire web. It provides access to thousands of free plugins and themes, using which you can design your website and add powerful features. If you use WordPress for some hobby, then the free account is fine for you. But if you have an established website, and have regular heavy traffic, then you may face some downtime. Also, the webpages will take long to load. Since you need to ensure a lot of things to keep your website running, including the content, design, social media, marketing, and a lot more things, WordPress management may become cumbersome in the long run….
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Fasthosts, one of the UK’s leading web hosting providers, has announced the launch their new Virtual Private Server (VPS) range, another innovation offered by the company to support growing businesses. Hot on the heels of Bare Metal Servers and a new WordPress Hosting package released earlier this year, has seen Fasthosts focus on developing more flexible and scalable options to cater for the growing number of businesses and individuals seeking alternative approaches to tech investment and scalability. David Ainscough, Product Owner, feels this new solution is the right fit for those seeking something in between a cloud and dedicated server. “Our new Virtual Private Servers package is built on our cloud platform, so we have taken five years’ experience of managing, growing and enhancing that platform, and created a new virtual server offering with more reliability and options than others currently on the market,” said David Ainscough. So, what is VPS for the uninitiated? “Visualise a…
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HOUSTON, TX – cPanel is excited to announce a new partnership with JetApps. Starting immediately, users can buy a JetBackup license directly from cPanel.

JetBackup supplies hosting providers with a great deal of flexibility by allowing unlimited backup jobs, multiple schedules per job and unlimited destinations. Creating and applying custom hooks to backup and restore functions gives companies the ability to meet the unique needs of their clients.


When asked about the importance of quality backups, Eric Ellis, Vice President of Customer Experience for cPanel, LLC said, “Throughout my technical career, I’ve always preached about how vital it is to make and test backups. Understanding how important this is when considering a backup technology partnership, JetBackup stood out as a dependable name in backup software making it an easy choice for cPanel. I’ll be using this robust software on my servers from now on.”

JetBackup’s self-service functionality allows cPanel end-users, hosting customers, to restore an account in seconds, removing the support burden with traditional cPanel & WHM backups. Some hosting providers have seen up to 70% fewer support tickets related to account backups and restores. When clients have speed and ease-of-use, it is a win-win for both cPanel partners and their clients. Users can also enable JetBackup’s GDPR compliance feature for their account backups.

“We love partnering with companies that share our values of providing a high-quality product, backed by excellent customer service. Naturally, cPanel was a perfect fit! It has been a pleasure working with the entire cPanel team throughout this process of deepening the compatibility and integration of JetBackup into cPanel & WHM®. This partnership is a great benefit to both cPanel and JetBackup customers alike,” Tim Hollis, CEO of JetApps, Inc.

JetBackup is now for sale directly through the cPanel store and the Manage2 portal for cPanel partners. It will be available later this year for purchase through the WHM® interface.

About cPanel, L.L.C.
Established in 1997 by CEO Nick Koston, cPanel provides one of the internet infrastructure industry’s most reliable and intuitive web hosting automation software platforms. With its rich feature set and customer-first support, the fully-automated hosting platform empowers infrastructure providers and gives customers the ability to administer every facet of their website using simple point-and-click software. Based in Houston, Texas, cPanel employs over 220 team members and has customers in more than 70 countries.

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Targeted at web hosts, site builders, domain registrars and web professionals, the logo builder is touted as the first of its kind with its wholesale focus. Cathect Technologies, founded by Shridhar Luthria the former head of ResellerClub and LogicBoxes, recently launched its first product Logotron on the WHMCS Marketplace. “Hosting providers today know that their SMB customers are using several different web products like logo builders, email marketing, or even CRMs and HR tools. Unfortunately, there are no providers out there that offer a meaningful way to resell these types of products. They don’t have the right integration options or even the right margins that make sense for B2B partners. This is the gap we’re trying to fill.” said Shridhar. Keeping this gap in mind, Logotron has been built as the world’s first Logo Builder with API and WHMCS integration options, boasts of being margin rich, and completely white-labelled. Also read: Create more value for your customers with an…
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PHOENIX, AZ – Namecheap, the world’s second largest retail domain registrar, and one of the fastest-growing American companies according to the 2018 Inc. 5000, today announced its popular nc.me Education Program has given away more than 200,000 .me domains to students and educators throughout North America, the UK, and Australia.

The “Namecheap University” (nc.me) initiative and website launched in 2014, offering free .me domains, and low-cost GitHub and Exposure bundles. The free product offer is available to all students, teachers, administrators and educators with a .edu email address. Since its inception, the program has helped thousands of students create a free online portfolio, resume, blog – or virtually any other type of personal website. The nc.me product offerings have also been integrated into the curriculum of several high school and college computer science classes, as well as to provide free domains and web building tools for hackathons and other technology events for students.


For nearly two decades Namecheap has been steadfast in helping improve online accessibility and affordability, supporting programs that allow more people to share their ideas and innovations with the world through a website. NC.ME is only one of several ways Namecheap continues to support the education sector.

In 2018 Namecheap partnered with New York on Tech to teach several workshops designed to help inner-city high school students create their first websites, as well as learn about important digital issues like cyber security and online privacy.

Last year Namecheap also sponsored and introduced its first ever “Namecheap Innovation Award” at MedHacks 2018. The Johns Hopkins student-organized hackathon teams up America’s most talented coders with its brightest medical students so they can compete to solve health issues with innovative new technology.

Namecheap is committed to offering high quality online products and services with top-notch support for its millions of customers. In its nearly 20 years, Namecheap has become the domain, web hosting and online services company of choice for many college students, web professionals, entrepreneurs and small businesses. Also check out the Namecheap Resource Center, a valuable online destination for useful information, tips and tutorials — all designed to help people maximize their online presence.

To learn more about Namecheap’s NC.ME free website and developer bundles offer, visit www.nc.me.

About Namecheap
Namecheap is an ICANN-accredited domain registrar and technology company founded in 2000 by CEO Richard Kirkendall. Celebrating nearly two decades of providing unparalleled levels of service, security, and support, Namecheap has been steadfast in customer satisfaction. With over 10 million domains under management, Namecheap is among the top domain registrar and web hosting providers in the world.

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