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Let the Connecting Begin – Follow us on Google +, Twitter, and Facebook!

Posted on July 3rd, 2013 by Bridger Bullock

Being able to easily interact with our supporters is something of great importance to us. Social media is a great way to do that! Plus, you get the latest and greatest news on web hosting and other techie content! For easy communication, follow us on the following social media websites: Midphase Google+ You’ll find all…

Three Ways to Invoice Your Clients Online

Posted on January 20th, 2013 by Jake Neeley

Using cloud-based computing software to invoice clients makes it more convenient for freelancers and creative professionals to receive payments for orders and business transactions. Anyone who keeps track of the expenses and records, from purchase orders, invoices, hourly rates, etc., could benefit from using a simple cloud-based platform. Here are just three solutions that may…

10 Elements Included in the eBay Redesign

Posted on January 18th, 2013 by Jake Neeley

eBay, one of the world’s largest e-commerce sites, understands the importance its home page holds in the world’s pantheon of online retailers. In light of this, it set about recently giving its site a facelift, including new shopping pages equipped with “Feeds,” or a curated list of items in Pinterest-like aesthetics. “We’re delivering a cleaner,…

6 Reasons Webmasters Love WordPress

Posted on November 12th, 2012 by Jake Neeley

One of the easiest-to-use and most powerful blogging platforms on the market is WordPress; the self hosted version, a favorite tool used by small businesses on our Linux server platforms. “At 49%, WordPress is clearly the dominating blogging platform as well as of growing importance as a more generic CMS,” said Josh Jackson of IDC…

Disavowing Links: Common Sense Advice for Removing “Bad” Links

Posted on November 9th, 2012 by Dustin Williams

If you own a website and are one of the many webmasters who have seen Google rankings negatively impacted by Google’s efforts to kill manipulative link building over the past year, then you might have welcomed the announcement of Google’s new tool for disavowing links. If you didn’t know about the announcement, at PubCon in…

The New “Dream Team”: cPanel and WHMCS

Posted on September 25th, 2012 by Jake Neeley

One of the things that make managing a website through affordable hosting platforms like Midphase, is the ability to leverage cPanel, the industry-leading control panel. In a nutshell, cPanel software allows hosting companies and hosting customers to more easily operate servers and websites. It’s been in business since 1997 and is arguably the standard for…

Will Windows 8 Push Users (and Partners) Towards the Open-source Platform?

Posted on September 24th, 2012 by Jake Neeley

While web hosting customers have been enjoying the fruits of powerful open-source technologies for years, many Windows users patiently hope Microsoft will build new generations of software that will compete in form, functionality and style with Apple, Google, Linux and Amazon. It’s not that Microsoft does not build good products, it does. But there is…

Stephen Hawking in Love with New COSMOS Intel Xeon-based Supercomputer

Posted on September 20th, 2012 by Jake Neeley

Particle physics will never be the same again. Just ask Stephen Hawking who is drooling over the installation of a new Intel Xeon supercomputer called COSMOS at the Distributed Research Utilizing Advanced Computing (DiRAC) facility, part of Cambridge University. The powerful high-performance computer uses 1,856 Xeon E5 processing cores as well as 14.5 TB of…

Midphase Joins Industry Coalition Committed to Internet Growth

Posted on September 17th, 2012 by Jake Neeley

Being in one of the top ten most competitive industries isn’t easy and naturally could lead to hard feelings among competitors; however, our industry has come together and formed the Internet Infrastructure Coalition (i2Coalition) to support the “nuts and bolts” of the Internet and ensure persistent growth. We’re happy to announce today as the inaugural…

Choosing a Worthy City for HostingCon 2013

Posted on September 6th, 2012 by Jake Neeley

One highlight of the web hosting conference calendar is HostingCon, which Midphase recently attended in Boston, Massachusetts, exhibiting a range of shared hosting, and dedicated server packages. Covering a number of topics in the sales, marketing, industry and management areas, HostingCon offers a fantastic opportunity to gain deep insights into datacenter trends and new products…

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