MasterCard: APAC consumers warming up to contactless card payments

More consumers are tapping contactless cards at payment terminals across the Asia-Pacific region, especially in developed markets such as Singapore, Australia and Hong Kong. If MasterCard’s figures released today are any indicator, the number of unique contactless card users (or tappers) in the region grew by 49 per cent last year. Continue Reading

[Notice] Shared Cloud Hosting PHPmail function will be disabled

Dear Customers, Due to the insecurity of the mail() function of PHP, ReadySpace Team have decided to disable the PHPmail function for all our Shared Cloud Hosting Platform. This unauthenticated way of sending out emails usually in the form of formmail will often cause malicious users to send spam or Continue Reading

How to Set up Continuous CPU Temperature Monitoring for Linux Servers for Free

Devices in an infrastructure need to be kept within a normal temperature range. This is one of the key aspects of data center environmental control. If you’re running a high-end data center, you’ve probably installed all sensors necessary for temperature, humidity, power control, and so on. However, if you’re managing Continue Reading

WordPress 4.2 Beta 3

WordPress 4.2 Beta 3 is now available! This software is still in development, so we don’t recommend you run it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site just to play with the new version. To test WordPress 4.2, try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (you’ll want “bleeding Continue Reading

EasyApache 3.28.5 Released

SUMMARY cPanel, Inc. has released EasyApache 3.28.5 with PHP versions 5.4.39 and 5.5.23. This release addresses vulnerabilities related to CVE-2015-0231, CVE-2015-2305 and CVE-2015-2331 by fixing bugs in the Core module, ereg function and ZIP library. We strongly encourage all PHP 5.4 users to upgrade to version 5.4.39 and all PHP Continue Reading

Welcome to Jekyll Test!

You’ll find this post in your _posts directory. Go ahead and edit it and re-build the site to see your changes. You can rebuild the site in many different ways, but the most common way is to run jekyll serve, which launches a web server and auto-regenerates your site when Continue Reading

For Service Providers Using Virtuozzo, Docker Isn’t Just a DevOps Phenomenon Anymore

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Docker has created a big wave over the past year. For those not familiar with Docker, it is an application packaging and orchestration technology which uses containers to transport a set of applications along with exactly specified dependencies and run them anywhere within a lightweight Linux container environment. The reason Continue Reading

CentOS-7 / CR repo has been populated

Waiting for the new package set in the next CentOS-7 release ? A majority of them are now available on every CentOS-7 machine by running the following commands : yum update yum –enabelrepo=cr list updates Its important you run a ‘yum update’ first, since the cr repo definitions are only Continue Reading

WordPress 4.2 Beta 2

WordPress 4.2 Beta 2 is now available! This software is still in development, so we don’t recommend you run it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site just to play with the new version. To test WordPress 4.2, try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (you’ll want “bleeding Continue Reading

SMBs Want a Business Presence, Not a Generic Web Presence

Over 50% of all small businesses don’t have a website online, according to Google. If you see this as an opportunity to sell more generic shared web hosting, you are wrong. The global online presence market is forecasted to reach $21B USD by 2016. But guess what? SMBs aren’t buying traditional Continue Reading

MyRepublic firms up plans to become Singapore’s fourth telco

Singapore broadband upstart MyRepublic has firmed up its plans to become the country’s fourth telco, promising to offer consumers more generous data bundles. If successful, MyRepublic, which will bid in the next 4G spectrum auction, said it will build its network using small cells that promise improved coverage, plus offer data Continue Reading

cPanel TSR-2015-0002 Full Disclosure

cPanel TSR-2015-0002 Full Disclosure SEC-2 Summary Multiple vulnerabilities via ExpVar overexpansion. Security Rating cPanel has assigned this vulnerability a CVSSv2 score of 6.4 (AV:N/AC:L/Au:N/C:P/I:P/A:N) Description The WHM, cPanel, and Webmail interfaces use a common routine named “expvar” for interpolating user input and some cPanel template variables. In many interfaces, this Continue Reading

Power E870/880 VIOS install issue when no DVD & no NIM network adapter!

Yes, it does happen.  When you want to use all the main unit (CEC) adapters slots for high speed adapters like Fibre Channel and the ROCE network and want to avoid adding the extra POWER8 I/O Drawers for just 1 or 2 adapters – but did not realises the ROCE adapters can’t Continue Reading

Helping users fill out online forms

A lot of websites rely on forms for important goals completion, such as completing a transaction on a shopping site or registering on a news site. For many users, online forms mean repeatedly typing common information like their names, emails, phone numbers or addresses, on different sites across the web. Continue Reading

cPanel TSR-2015-0002 Announcement

cPanel TSR-2015-0002 Announcement cPanel has released new builds for all public update tiers. These updates provide targeted changes to address security concerns with the cPanel & WHM product. These builds are currently available to all customers via the standard update system. cPanel has rated these updates as having CVSSv2 scores Continue Reading

An update on doorway pages

Google’s Search Quality team is continually working on ways in which to minimize the impact of webspam on users. This includes doorway pages. We have a long-standing view that doorway pages that created solely for search engines can harm the quality of the user’s search experience. For example, searchers might Continue Reading

We are now in Indonesia at +62 21 60891959

At ReadySpace, we are committment to provide you the best to give you space to grow your business! Because of this, we now have a new Indonesia number that you can reach us. Reach our Customer Service team for any assistance or enquiries at +62 21 60891959. The post We are Continue Reading

WordPress 4.2 Beta 1

WordPress 4.2 Beta 1 is now available! This software is still in development, so we don’t recommend you run it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site just to play with the new version. To test WordPress 4.2, try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (you’ll want “bleeding Continue Reading

Australian Politicians Spammed via iMessage

On the heels of a spam campaign marketing knockoff designer sunglasses to iMessage users in the U.S., a developer in Australia discovered another flaw in Apple’s iMessage and used it to spam Australian politicians. Bulletin’s smart messaging platform, Messenger, features the latest OTT-to-SMS technology for internal corporate communications, Messenger Chat. Continue Reading

2015 Predictions: ‘Old School’ Text Messaging Capabilities Bring New Mobile Possibilities

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  • March 12, 2015
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Every year, mobile technologies have been pushing further to the forefront of enterprise priority lists. Now, with millennials beginning to enter into the business world, companies are placing an even greater focus on mobile. As a result, mobile trends like Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) authentication and Application-to-Person (A2P) text messaging are Continue Reading

Why SMS is the New Channel for Customer Support

Customer service is an important aspect of a company. With mobile messaging becoming more popular, customer service via text can enable a better experience for your customers and is more efficient for your support teams. 90 percent of all SMS text messages are read within three minutes of being received; Continue Reading

Unblocking resources with Webmaster Tools

Webmasters often use linked images, CSS, and JavaScript files in web pages to make them pretty and functional. If these resources are blocked from crawling, then Googlebot can’t use them when it renders those pages for search. Google Webmaster Tools now includes a Blocked Resources Report to help you find Continue Reading

Track Certificates to Help Users Stay Safe

Today, I am delighted to announce an exciting new feature in Bing Webmaster Tools pertaining to security. Track Certificates (Preview) — which was built in collaboration with Microsoft OSG Enterprise Security — allows you to track and review certificates that were requested by browsers visiting your site right from within Bing Webmaster Tools. What’s Continue Reading

Building CentOS Linux 7 for ARMv8

As I’d mentioned previously, the fine folks of Applied Micro were kind enough to give us an X-C1 development box to see if it was feasible to build and run CentOS Linux 7. My first attempt through, I realized I hadn’t been taking decent notes, so I scrapped most of Continue Reading

Microsoft Cloud Platform System: Storage Performance Overview Now Available

Guest post by Dan Lovinger, Principal Software Engineer Hi everyone, I’m Dan Lovinger, a software and performance engineer on the Windows Server team. With the availability of the Microsoft Cloud Platform System (CPS), we’re excited to now share an overview of storage-focused performance of a single rack CPS stamp, with Continue Reading

The new Cloud Drive Web Client is awesome

Dear ReadySpace Customers, We are happy to inform you that we have just released an updated version of the RushFiles Web Client with a new user friendly and graphically awesome layout. Please proceed here: The post The new Cloud Drive Web Client is awesome is fed from ReadySpace Cloud Continue Reading

Q&A: Is big data too big for SMEs?

Most IT industry conversations about big data revolve around large organisations such as banks and telcos that tap on sophisticated technologies to make sense of large volumes of complex data. Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), which may generate just as much data, have similar big data needs, but are Continue Reading

[Virtuozzo] VPS Windows – Hotfix

Dear Customers Our maintenance team will be arranging a maintenance windows for installing Microsoft Windows Server hotfix to address server reboot issue.   Details Date/Time : 12th of March, Wednesday / 12:00am – 12:30am hours SGT VPS IP range :,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hosting plan/services : VPS Windows Standard/Plesk edition   IMPACT : Intermittent downtime and Continue Reading

Salesforce pumps up predictive smarts in Marketing Cloud

Marketers looking for a way to personalise their offerings based on how potential customers are interacting on websites, social media and other channels now have a way to do so. Earlier today, cloud service provider took the wraps off its Marketing Cloud Predictive Decisions, a predictive analytics feature that Continue Reading

A New Feature: Network Channel Quality Monitor

We are happy to announce the latest Anturis feature – a Network channel quality monitor that allows IT administrators to measure network performance and discover issues on the network as soon as possible. There are numerous advantages to using this monitor, but its primary application is to monitor a quality Continue Reading

ReadySpace Fibre services maintenance

There will be a maintenance for ReadySpace Fibre services on 31/3/2015, from 01:00:00 AM to 06:00:00 AM During the time connection will be outage.   Reboot modem/router if connection is not back after the maintenance window. The post ReadySpace Fibre services maintenance is fed from ReadySpace Cloud Services United States. Contents strictly belongs to Continue Reading

Nanyang Poly, Microsoft open new computing centre

A new computing facility has been set up by Microsoft Singapore and Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) to train students on technologies that help to glean insights from huge volumes of data. Called the Ambient Intelligence Computing Centre (AICC), the facility will expose NYP students and staff to the nuts and bolts Continue Reading

Don’t Let Siloed Messaging Strategies Restrict Mobile’s Potential for Your Business

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More than 62 percent of businesses are taking an ad hoc, disjointed approach with mobile messaging by deploying more than one messaging platform.  However, in order to  obtain enhanced ROI from these solutions, organizations need to realize mobile messaging is much more than sales and marketing.  Instead, businesses need a Continue Reading

‘Emergency Notification System’ to be Implemented at N.B. Campuses

Mobile messaging is quickly becoming adopted by many universities around the world to provide two-way communication between students and faculty in emergency situations. One of the latest universities to take advantage of this platform is the University of New Brunswick in Canada. In just a few short weeks, University officials Continue Reading

Safe Browsing and Google Analytics: Keeping More Users Safe, Together

The following was originally posted on the Google Online Security Blog. If you run a web site, you may already be familiar with Google Webmaster Tools and how it lets you know if Safe Browsing finds something problematic on your site. For example, we’ll notify you if your site is Continue Reading

CentOS Linux 7 and Arm

ARMv7 With the growing list of easily accessible ARM hardware like the RaspBerry Pi 2 and the ODROID-C1, several community efforts have sprouted, working out the details for getting CentOS-7 built and available for the new boards. One of our UK based community members has made the most progress so Continue Reading

SAP opens second office in Indonesia

Software giant SAP has opened a new office in Surabaya, Indonesia – its second in Southeast Asia’s biggest economy. The company said today that it sees great potential in Indonesia, which has a young workforce, a rising middle class and affluent consumers. The new office will help SAP tap into Continue Reading