Welcome to the third part of our ABC of Hosting series, in which we take a quick look at some industry essentials. This time we focus on the letters I to L.
We have not gone completely bananas and launched an animal themed shared hosting company. But we have made a fake one – Happy Moose – as a reference for running such a business in a public cloud using AWS. Check it out!
Welcome to the second part of our ABC of Hosting series, in which we take a quick look at some industry essentials. This time we focus on the letters E to H.
Welcome to Atomia’s ABC of Hosting! A series of seven blog posts in which we give you some of the essentials and favourites of our industry. First out are the letters A to D.
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Third-party apps often request more permissions than they actually need, including write access to for example your social media accounts. Once an app has been authorized, it has an access token basically forever until you manually revoke it.
This opens up another attack vector for hackers, which became abundantly clear this morning when pro-Turkish hackers decided to blast out a message all over Twitter.
New hosting software release: Atomia 17.3 adds new reports, tiered pricing, stronger reseller support
This new release has a large number of features that make the platform not only easier to administrate, but also provides tools to run your hosting business more efficiently and profitably.
On March 27–30, it’s time for this year’s main WorldHostingDays event, WHD.global. As usual it takes place in Rust, Germany, and if you’re in the hosting industry, odds are pretty good you’re going to be there. It is, as we’ve stated before, probably the world’s premier hosting industry event.
We’re only a few weeks away from the launch of Atomia 17.3, the first major release of our web hosting software suite in 2017. The release is scheduled to go live mid March and is currently being beta tested.
Years of unstructured documentation was catching up to us. It was a matter of letting our documentation site collapse and form a super-dense black hole that would threaten the very existence of our planet, or initiating a major reboot project. After some contemplation, we chose the latter option. Here we have collected some of the insights we gained from this experience. So before attempting to do any of the below at home, please learn from our
mistakes success story.