Anturis helps Ancient Origins achieve optimal server performance and flawless run of their website

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About Ancient Origins Ancient Origins was established in 2013 with the goal of investigating, understanding and explaining human origins, and reconstructing the story of our beginnings through an exploration of lost civilizations, sacred writings, ancient places, unexplained artefacts, scientific mysteries and more. Ancient Origins has experienced rapid growth over a Continue Reading

Important Partner Notice

You may have noticed an addition to the Update Company Information page, located under the Company tab in Manage2. It now includes a Purchase CloudLinux Url or email address field. This field allows you to determine the visibility and functionality of EasyApache’s Upgrade to CloudLinux button. You can take one Continue Reading

Linux Server Maintenance Checklist

Server maintenance needs to be performed regularly in order to ensure that your server will continue to run smoothly. Without server maintenance you will likely be facing many future time-consuming and potentially costly problems. This checklist contains the necessary steps that should be taken in order to maintain your servers Continue Reading

11.44 Now in RELEASE Tier

6/17/2014 Houston, TX – cPanel, Inc. is thrilled to release cPanel & WHM software version 11.44, which is now available in the RELEASE tier. cPanel & WHM 11.44 offers a transfer and restore renovation, configuration clusters, a new edition of Paper Lantern, support access, and more. Transfer & Restore Renovation Continue Reading

Commentary: IDA’s smart nation vision needs buy-in

An IDA AG box providing power and connectivity to nearby sensors The Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) today talked up a grand vision to turn Singapore into a “smart nation”, one where sensors everywhere could pick up traffic congestion, predict how long taxis will take to come and detect even pollution in Continue Reading

Commentary: IDA’s smart nation vision needs buy-in

An IDA AG box providing power and connectivity to nearby sensors The Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) today talked up a grand vision to turn Singapore into a “smart nation”, one where sensors everywhere could pick up traffic congestion, predict how long taxis will take to come and detect even pollution in Continue Reading

Commentary: IDA’s smart nation vision needs buy-in

An IDA AG box providing power and connectivity to nearby sensors The Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) today talked up a grand vision to turn Singapore into a “smart nation”, one where sensors everywhere could pick up traffic congestion, predict how long taxis will take to come and detect even pollution in Continue Reading

Commentary: IDA’s smart nation vision needs buy-in

An IDA AG box providing power and connectivity to nearby sensors The Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) today talked up a grand vision to turn Singapore into a “smart nation”, one where sensors everywhere could pick up traffic congestion, predict how long taxis will take to come and detect even pollution in Continue Reading

Driverless vehicles: great potential, but let’s not speed through

Google Driverless Car Prototype. Photo by Steve Jurvetson. Licensed under CC-BY-SA 2.0 The days of poor driving and road rage could be coming to an end, with the Land Transport Authority (LTA) beginning to study driverless vehicles as a viable mode of transport in Singapore. Starting end of this year, Continue Reading

Can Microsoft vertically integrate while working with rivals in enterprise space?

Something strange happened a couple of weeks ago, when Microsoft joined up with salesforce.com to better connect the customer service management company’s apps to its Windows and Office software. Even the 800-pound gorilla, Microsoft, is realising that it needs friends who are also enemies. That deal must have ruffled some feathers in Continue Reading

Report: Cyber crime costs Singapore an estimated S$1.25bn annually

Graphic by George Thomas. Licensed under CC BY 2.0 Cyber crimes are costing Singapore an estimated Rp.1.25 billion, as crooks get smarter in activities ranging from market manipulation to cyber espionage, according to security report yesterday. Published by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and sponsored by cybersecurity Continue Reading

11 Awesome Tools for Linux SysAdmins

Here we look at some cool tools that the Linux system administrator will find useful or even indispensable. The tools we’ll discuss in this article are all free. Puppet Open Source Puppet is available in both a free open source version and a paid commercial version known as Puppet Enterprise, Continue Reading

Commentary: SingPass security issues highlight need for two-factor authentication

Yet another high-profile security problem has hit e-government services in Singapore, just months after several of the country’s websites were vandalised by hackers. This time, more than 1,500 SingPass online accounts that give access to services such as checking retirement account balances and filing taxes could have been accessed without users’ consent. Continue Reading

11.44 Now in CURRENT Tier

6/3/2014 Houston, TX – cPanel, Inc. is thrilled to release cPanel & WHM software version 11.44, which is now available in the CURRENT tier. cPanel & WHM 11.44 offers a transfer and restore renovation, configuration clusters, a new edition of Paper Lantern, support access, and more. Transfer & Restore Renovation Continue Reading

ReadySpace Expands Footprint in China

Majority stake in Wuhan-based OGL Network and upcoming China data center will bring industry-standard cloud services to Chinese enterprises HONG KONG – ReadySpace, a leading cloud service provider in the Asia-Pacific region, announced that it has expanded its footprint in China by acquiring a majority stake in OGL Network, a Continue Reading

EasyApache 3.24.19 Released

SUMMARY cPanel, Inc. has released EasyApache 3.24.19 with PHP versions 5.5.13 and 5.4.29. This release addresses the PHP vulnerabilities CVE-2014-0237 and CVE-2014-0238 with fixes to bugs in the fileinfo extension. We encourage all PHP users to upgrade to PHP version 5.5.13 or PHP version 5.4.29. AFFECTED VERSIONS All versions of Continue Reading

Plesk 12.0 RTM

Although there was no official announcement yet, Plesk 12.0 was released and is already available for deployment. The general availability mark will be set a little bit later, but now this release is in the “early adopter” stage. This means that you can install it right now and start using Continue Reading

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