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Namesco's Global Suite of Hosting Brands Delivers Everything From Domain Names to Dedicated Servers While Prioritizing Service

Namesco Brands Deliver Everything From Domains to Dedicated Servers

Boasting more than 1.9 million registered domain names, the DADA group of hosting brands — led by — provides the full slate of web hosting,... read more »
Laura Bernheim
By: Laura Bernheim
Liquid Web Aims to Alleviate Well-Known WordPress Frustrations With NEW Fully Managed Platform — Chris Lema on the Advantages to Come

Liquid Web: Managed WordPress Solutions Delivering Peace of Mind

Millions of site owners worldwide have turned to WordPress because of its flexibility and the thousands of plugins available to customize web applications. However,... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
Michigan State University's New Media Drivers License Seminars Help Students Steer Modern Digital Marketing Campaigns

New Media Drivers Licenses Help Students Steer Digital Marketing

Giving students the keys to careers in online marketing, the New Media Drivers License course at Michigan State University exposes aspiring communicators to tools and... read more »
Laura Bernheim
By: Laura Bernheim
FastComet's Motto of “Speed, Security, and Support” Lays the Foundations for Its Affordable, Globally Managed VPS and Dedicated Server Solutions

FastComet: Delivering Reliable VPS & Dedicated Server Solutions

When it comes to accessing information about products and services, most modern internet consumers demand one thing: speed. And, as the host’s name implies,... read more »
April Fitzgerald
By: April Fitzgerald
Purdue Researchers Develop Furion® — A New VR Framework Enabling High-Quality Virtual Reality on Mobile Devices

Purdue's Furion® — Built to Enable Virtual Reality on Mobile Devices

With the relatively recent availability of mass-market virtual reality (VR) headset devices, there’s no denying the technology is here to stay. However,... read more »
Christine Preusler
By: Christine Preusler
80+ Years of Abt Electronics: How Technical Expertise and Personable Support Help the Family-Owned Retailer Match Customers with PCs

Abt Electronics Match Customers With PCs by Sharing Tech Expertise

Originally launched as a radio store on an $800 investment in 1936, Abt Electronics now operates a 450,000-square-foot facility outside of Chicago. More than 1,400... read more »
Laura Bernheim
By: Laura Bernheim