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Why cPanel has Become Synonymous with Shared Hosting Plans

Posted on June 19th, 2013 by Jake Neeley

For over two decades, shared hosting infrastructure has established itself as the most affordable entry-level platform for small businesses in the United States (and globally), allowing designers, developers and site owners the ability to launch new websites (and apps) quickly using user-friendly interfaces. The cornerstone of its success and popularity is a piece of data…

How Tasty is Key Lime Pie and the new Android 5.0 OS?

Posted on June 19th, 2013 by Jake Neeley

Google is ready to roll out its upcoming smartphone operating system developed under the codename Android Key Lime Pie (AKLP). The 5.0 version of the software is a major refresh that will power some selected smartphones from Sony, Motorola, Samsung, and Google. The upcoming Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie features are expected to boost the…

Bentley University Chooses Drupal and Shares Why

Posted on June 18th, 2013 by Jake Neeley

The developers at Bentley University had initially been tasked with finding a new platform to drive their website, centering on using an open source based content management system to power more than 70,000 pages. The team had reviewed multiple options like WordPress or Joomla, but eventually decided on Drupal and its sophisticated range of CMS…

Five Advantages of Cloud Based Freshbooks over QuickBooks

Posted on May 31st, 2013 by Jake Neeley

It’s often more efficient and effective to use cloud accounting software such as Freshbooks or QuickBooks for small businesses (including freelancers and solo professionals) than a physical paper billing tool. However, which one is better to use? Although both provide powerful and specific solutions to entrepreneurs and startups, Freshbooks has advantages over QuickBooks in many…

Eyes Wide Open: Keeping a Watchful Eye on Apache Malware

Posted on May 31st, 2013 by Jake Neeley

ESET, an IT security company based in Slovakia, discovered an Apache exploit that injects malware into web pages on a web server that ultimately aims to retrieve personal information. We’ve talked about measures you should take to avoid getting hacked, especially on WordPress, and even written a guide if your website has troubles so we…

Cloud Server Hosting Now Available at Midphase!

Posted on May 16th, 2013 by Jake Neeley

We are pleased to announce the newest member of the Midphase product family; cloud servers! Highly focused on usability, Midphase cloud servers are built for everyone and include an easy to use control panel, the same cPanel powered environment that most Midphase clients use today, with full support and configuration provided by our technical team…

How to: Save your Android Battery Life

Posted on May 13th, 2013 by Jake Neeley

Mobile users can almost do anything on their smartphones; for most of you that includes accessing your web pages hosted at Midphase. For Android fans, the features and lower prices set them apart from Apple. Whether it’s a Samsung Galaxy S4 or Nexus 4, specs play a major role for end-users. One of the spec…

Site Renovators Part #4 – Developing a Content Marketing Strategy

Posted on May 8th, 2013 by Jake Neeley

This is part four in a series of posts dedicated to the Midphase Site Renovators contest in which one person won a website makeover from the group of marketing and design professionals at Midphase. We’ve already talked about some appealing online marketing strategies that every small business should employ but now it’s time to talk…

SoundCloud is Making its Voice Heard!

Posted on April 24th, 2013 by Jake Neeley

SoundCloud is a music storage and promotion service that allows content producers and listeners to connect with one another through common interests. Developed in various parts of Europe in 2007, it has risen through the ranks to become the premier way up-and-coming musicians share their content. SoundCloud is more than just a tool for artists…

Inside Google’s New Patent: A Laser Projected Keyboard

Posted on April 22nd, 2013 by Jake Neeley

Google continues to forge ahead into the realm of augmented reality with a recently unveiled feature planned for their Google Glass device, a laser projected input device. In mid-January, they filed a patent application in the US detailing precisely what they expect from this device.

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