Archive for the “Web Hosting” Category

5 Foods That Can Boost Your Business Brain

Posted on March 13th, 2014 by Sarah Holt

An army marches on its stomach, and a business blooms on brain food.  by Emilie DeCoursey Any entrepreneur can tell you they have about a million things on their mind at any given moment. It can be a real challenge juggling bills, new hires, customer service reviews, marketing efforts, investments, website issues, and so on….

The .LA Team

Posted on March 3rd, 2014 by Sarah Holt

Whose names are down and who’s already in, when it comes to the new .la club.

30% Off Web Hosting Plans for Summer Sale

Posted on July 22nd, 2013 by Jake Neeley

Now through the end of August, all Midphase website hosting plans are 30% off during the Summer Sale. Available on any new annual hosting package with the coupon code 30OFFSUMR, getting nearly a third off the price of hosting affords businesses and personal website owners an opportunity to take some of the expense out of…

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…

IPv6 and What your Hosting Provider Needs to Do

Posted on October 3rd, 2012 by Jake Neeley

It was only recently that nearly 3,000 websites, ISPs, router vendors and hosting providers, including Midphase, enabled IPv6 on their internal data center networks, marking a major milestone in the growth of the Internet. Since IPv4 addresses are running out, or have run out in certain parts of the world, the new protocol was required…

New VPN service stops hackers from snooping your Wi-Fi connection

Posted on July 27th, 2012 by Clint Reeves

According to VPNHQ, a sister company of Midphase and part of the UK2 parent group, 56% of public Wi-Fi users do not check if Wi-Fi is encrypted before joining.  This exposes a large amount of Internet users to phishing and other malware concerns that are set to escalate in 2012. Unsecured networks allow hackers to…

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