SherWeb has just announced through a press release that it has acquired DNAmail, a division of DSL Extreme, a privately held retail brand of IKANO Communications, Inc. Over the years, SherWeb has worked very hard to become a worldwide leader in the cloud business. This first acquisition brings us one step closer in accomplishing this goal. Read more »
While 2011 will be known as the year of revolutions, 2010 will go down as the year the web streaming wars began. With low-cost streaming sites like Netflix gobbling into the realm of TV and movies, now YouTube wants to get in on the action by expanding its service to offer full-length movies, while Amazon has it own film streaming projects underway. Read more »
With email reigning the communication sphere in the business world, more and more organizations are moving away from managing their own email platforms and instead using services like Microsoft Exchange hosting to manage their backend needs.
Like any super-powerful information database that can connect billions of people anywhere from Kiribati to Bergen op Zoom, wait… the Internet IS the only super-powerful information database that can do that!
The Internet is woven so tightly into our social-political-economic-geographic quilt, that the very thought of someone or something trying to hurt our baby makes us rage, sweat and panic like Doomsday has arrived. Read more »
As the saying goes, knowledge is power and if you are embarking into the wild world of web than it’s practical to have a handle on common web hosting terms. It is not unusual that beginner webmasters sign up for the wrong web hosting packages because they are unsure of what features are useful to them (or what they even mean).
And so, I’ve compiled a helpful little lexicon of useful web hosting terms for your knowledge. Read more »
Who needs another email address? Facebook thinks… We do. Facebook ‘Messages’ is a service the company is rolling out, in which users can opt-in and receive their very own “@facebook.com” email address that matches their public username. Read more »
A wise and hilarious comedian once said “Everything’s amazing and nobody’s happy.” As always, Louis CK is bang on with his observations of generation S (the s stands for spoiled). Technology is amazing, the amount of information at our fingertips is staggering and the potential for improvement is limitless! But as we spend more and more of our days on the internet, the more it can be considered the place we live our lives, and the more we can find things about our living environment that annoys the hell out of us. The following is my personal list of internet pet peeves, please feel free to add your own in the comments section, as I’m sure there are plenty of things that despite how amazing they are, they can still somehow render you unhappy.
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Whether you’re a small business, a large corporation or simply someone interested in having a personal website, there are different hosting solutions suited for your particular needs. Today I will compare VPS versus shared hosting in order to help you figure out which service is best for you.
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Emails, hard to imagine a time when they didn’t exist. How on earth did business’ function? Oh yeah, people talked to each other, either face-to-face, on the phone, or in a letter. Whatever the case, whenever business was concerned, you can be sure these conversations were professional. Letters were always addressed to specific people, double and triple checked for spelling, and always ended with a “sincerely yours”. No matter your tools for communication, how you communicate is a huge reflection of who you are as an employee, and an employer. Email exchange hosting takes care of the medium, you need to take care of the message.
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The most recent cyberattacks were laid against the Canadian government by Chinese hackers, who penetrated the computer systems of two key agencies, the Finance Department and the Treasury Board, forcing them offline. With advances in network collaboration tools, from email toSharePoint 2010, there is incredible potential for sharing and collaborating ideas and information. Unfortunately, malware can spread just as easily.
As computers have evolved, so have the attacks against them. But before the Internet became so widely accessible, viruses spread mainly through floppy disks and other removable media. The following article will explore some of the most notorious email hacks and viruses from the past, to the present.
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