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You are going to lose your data one day or another!

It gets easier and easier to create and keep data, but it is always easy to lose data. In fact: some historians believe that this current digital age will make it more difficult to conduct research and find documents because destruction or data loss is so widespread. When you use a traditional hosting company (not… read more »

How to search within the list of already registered domains?

If you are monitoring your trademark or if you want to know which domains are using the word “quantum”: Google is useless. There are a couple of tools for this: With DNSlytics you can search up to a 15 characters word With DNpedia you have access to the full list without limitation By the end… read more »

Happy Birthday!

We are one year old! Happy Birthday! And thank you to all of our customers for this past year of business.

The path to the perfect support

For most people: hosting is not a service, it is a burden. By order of priority, the best hosting: does not require any action from them (no need for support) is cheap is fast This is why we are keeping the human interaction with the customers to a minimum, whether they have a shared hosting… read more »

WHM®/cPanel® new licensing prices

The web hosting industry is only talking about it since a week! WHM®/cPanel® announced with immediate effect the following: no more yearly license any server having over 100 cPanel accounts will incur an additional fee of US$0.20/month/account, or US$2.40/year/account. This does not affect any web hosting provider having an account density of less than 100… read more »

The IP blacklists will become obsolete in the years to come

There are a variety of IP blacklists used at the moment: in firewalls to stop SPAM: DNSBL (Domain Name System Blacklists) such as SpamHaus, Barracuda, etc reputation systems (like “Webroot® BrightCloud® Threat Intelligence”) They are currently all using IPv4. However as IPv6 is slowly taking over: billions & billions of IP addresses are now available…. read more »

How WordPress killed the open source applications

Recently OpenSource application for Images Gallery was reviewed, and the best one was simply: a WordPress plugin! WordPress killed all open source applications. Or more precisely: WordPress gave the minimum framework for new applications. So if you are looking for a not so sophisticated application: look no further than a WordPress plugin!

Failure to sell: when your server goes down

There are still so many websites going down because they have a high influx of visitors at once: an agency fails to provide results to exam takers 2020 Tokyo Olympic games ticket sale There is nothing to be ashamed of, even the biggest player crashed too! The ability to plan and scale in advance is… read more »

How to pick the country of your hosting

Because we are offering hosting in 18 countries, we are now often asked: Which country should I pick for my hosting?… While we cannot answer it for your case, we can give you the framework to find an answer yourself. There are three important factors to understand today: everything is about speed ; privacy laws… read more »

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