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WHIR Networking Events: 2015 Edition

WHIR Networking Events (2015)

Another year has passed and the WHIR Networking Events continue to grow and be seen as the casual and easy way to meet decision-makers in the hosting industry. With... read more »
Ryan Frankel
By: Ryan Frankel
12/1/2014
2017's Ultimate Guide to Web Panels: cPanel vs. Plesk vs. Webmin vs. Other Popular Hosting Management Tools

2017's Ultimate Guide to Web Panels: cPanel vs. Plesk vs. Webmin vs. Others

Many folks who need web hosting these days want the simplest method for managing servers. To many, it is expected that graphical-user-interfaces (GUIs) are provided along with... read more »
Ryan Frankel
By: Ryan Frankel
10/21/2014
What is TCP/IP and How Does It Make the Internet Work?

What is TCP/IP and How Does It Make the Internet Work?

A few days ago, my 5-year-old niece asked me how the Internet works. This is the answer. TCP/IP – A Brief Explanation The Internet works by using a protocol called TCP/IP, or... read more »
Roberto Sanchez
By: Roberto Sanchez
10/9/2014
Tutorial: How to Use Ack and Grep on Ubuntu 14.04

Ubuntu 14.0: Using Ack & Grep

Search and you shall find. On a Linux system, there are numerous search tools for quickly and precisely finding certain local data. We could use the locate and find... read more »
Ryan Frankel
By: Ryan Frankel
9/26/2014
It's Alive! HostingCon is Coming to Europe in October 2014

It’s Alive! HostingCon is Heading to Europe — October of 2014

For the first time ever, HostingCon will be occurring in Europe. With the amazing success of the US version, it should be expected that the European version will be... read more »
Ryan Frankel
By: Ryan Frankel
9/8/2014
What is Softaculous and How Do I Use It?

Softaculous: What Is It, Who Needs It, and How Do I Use It?

Some web-enabled applications, like WordPress, need little introduction. Powerful and easy to use, many blogging and eCommerce applications have become immensely popular. Of... read more »
PJ Fancher
By: PJ Fancher
8/26/2014
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