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Our Latest Blog Posts

Agriya Helps Entrepreneurs Dream Big and Work Fast When Recreating Popular Programs and Launching New Businesses

Agriya's Clone Scripts Give Entrepreneurs a Head Start in Business

By building tools that mimic — without copying — proven business models, Agriya allows developers to recreate existing tools in their own region... read more »
Yael Grauer
By: Yael Grauer
Invpsus Leaders Apply 15 Years of Industry Expertise to a VPS-Only Platform That Combines Performance and Affordability

Invpsus Leaders Apply 15 Years of Expertise to a VPS-Only Platform

Opting to concentrate on the high-performance middle ground of the web hosting spectrum, Invpsus touts a VPS-only platform powered by modern infrastructure... read more »
Laura Bernheim
By: Laura Bernheim
Imagine, Build, Create — Black Girls Code Inspires Young Women of Color to Diversify Computer Sciences Classrooms

Black Girls Code Inspires Young Women of Color to Diversify Tech

When Kimberly Bryant founded Black Girls Code in 2010, her initial goal was to ensure that her pre-teen daughter would never again be the only black girl in... read more »
Laura Bernheim
By: Laura Bernheim
OVH Data Protection Officer Florent Gastaud on GDPR: The 2018 Compliance Deadline’s Impacts on the Hosting Industry and Site Owners Worldwide

OVH’s Data Protection Expert Discusses GDPR and the Hosting Industry

OVH has long been a leader in the hosting space — boasting more than 300,000 servers operating across 27 datacenters worldwide. And, while some in the... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
WebHostingHub — Quality Hosting, Budget-Friendly Pricing, and Intuitive Site Design Tools Built for Web Entrepreneurs and SMBs

WebHostingHub: Quality Hosting & Budget-Friendly Pricing for SMBs

WebHostingHub opened its doors in 2010, welcoming aspiring web entrepreneurs and small businesses everywhere looking to broadcast their brands online. Since... read more »
Ted Carmichael
By: Ted Carmichael
5/2/2018 Brings Computer Science Courses to Schools Through Community Outreach and Professional Development for Educators Expands Access to Computer Science Education

Even with the rise in popularity of careers in computers, many K-12 schools still don’t offer computer science classes. is trying to change... read more »
Jennifer Young
By: Jennifer Young
Sean Garrity