The Hosting Blog (Page 29)

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Our Latest Blog Posts

UserTesting’s Panel of 1M+ Testers Provides On-Demand Feedback from Target Users to Help Businesses Optimize Online Customer Experiences

UserTesting Helps Businesses Optimize Customer Experiences

Businesses operating in the modern technological landscape know how important it is to provide optimal customer experiences throughout their online touchpoints. What’s... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
How Lantronix Prevents Costly Downtime by Providing Secure Remote Access and Management Tools for IT Infrastructure and IoT Devices

Lantronix Lowers IT Costs With Secure Remote Access to Infrastructure

From the Internet of Things to IT infrastructure in your datacenter, Lantronix helps companies manage more equipment with fewer resources. Avoid harmful disruptions by... read more »
Laura Stamey
By: Laura Stamey
How DesignCrowd Allows Freelancers to Find Meaningful Work and Provides Companies with Crowdsourced Creativity

Crowdsourcing Creativity With DesignCrowd's Dev & Design Marketplace

 As with so many successful startups, DesignCrowd was started in a garage by a 20-something who saw a problem he thought he could fix. Alec Lynch sought to improve the... read more »
Laura Stamey
By: Laura Stamey
How the USB-IF Protects Consumers and Drives Innovation as We Move Toward a Single Port for Audio, Video, Data, and Power

USB Implementers Forum Transforms Connectors and Protects Consumers

Formed in 1995 by companies that developed USB cables, connectors, and communications protocols, the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) sets the standards that govern the... read more »
Laura Stamey
By: Laura Stamey
An Ode to WebDAV, CalDAV, and CardDAV: The Origins of a Secure, Dynamic, and Interactive Web

WebDAV: Secure Protocol Gives You Access to Web Servers and Files

Created to explore the concept of distributed authoring on a fledgling World Wide Web in the mid-1990s, WebDAV securely extended HTTP to allow direct and secure access... read more »
Laura Stamey
By: Laura Stamey
MailChimp’s Big Year — Millions in Revenue Generated for Clients Confirms Marketing Automation is an Effective Solution for Site Owners & SMBs

MailChimp’s Marketing Automation Helps Clients Boost Revenue

Automation is a popular buzzword in marketing circles today. It enables entrepreneurs to avoid routine tasks and focus on the missions of their businesses. Since 2001,... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
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