The Hosting Blog (Page 8)

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Our Latest Blog Posts

2018 Featured Expert Memset: Retooling to Deliver Secure and Well-Supported Hosting Experiences for More Engaged Customers

Memset Retools Support for Secure and Compliant Cloud Hosting in 2018

With 98% of customers willing to recommend the company’s hosting services to others, Memset perhaps didn’t need to restructure its support and account... read more »
Laura Bernheim
By: Laura Bernheim
Compuware: Building on a Four-Decade Legacy of Empowering IT Pros to Manage Mainframe Apps, Data, and Platform Ops with Agility and Efficiency

Compuware: Building Solutions to Power Applications for 40+ Years

Compuware opened its doors more than 40 years ago when it began powering IBM’s mainframe with developer productivity software. Nearly a half-century later, the company... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
How Insignary’s Innovative Binary Code Scanner Proactively Identifies Potential Threats and Increases Confidence in Open-Source Deployments

Insignary: Boosting Confidence in Open-Source Deployments

In today’s increasingly connected world, businesses have become focused on building mobile- and IoT-focused products. And powering much of this tech are open-source... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
Tips for Developers Looking to Chase Their Startup Dreams in California — Affordable Home Loans From CalHFA Help You Get Started

CalHFA Helps Devs Buy Their First Home and Chase Startup Dreams

Much like the settlers who took to the Oregon Trail in hopes of striking it rich out west, developers looking to bootstrap their idea into a startup business commonly... read more »
Laura Bernheim
By: Laura Bernheim
Why Attend Interop ITX and What’s New in 2018 — Vendor-Neutral Conference Connects the IT Community to Network, Learn, and Innovate

Interop ITX: Bringing the IT Community Together to Learn and Network

With more than 30 years serving the IT community under its belt, Interop ITX has long been known as a must-attend conference and tradeshow highlighting the latest and... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
University of Pittsburgh’s School of Computing and Information: Developing Tech to Model and Manage Interconnected Systems on Campus and Beyond

U Pitt’s School of Computing & Information Develops Innovative Tech

Established in 2017 as a multidisciplinary institution at the University of Pittsburgh, the School of Computing and Information is leading the charge in modeling... read more »
Christine Preusler
By: Christine Preusler
Sean Garrity