Though short domain names are more memorable and in high-demand, domain names can technically be up to 63 characters in length. Read More
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In 2017 networking will increasingly move from being part of the infrastructure to being independent of the infrastructure. This is not an incremental change to networking—it is a fundamental shift. Networking must simultaneously meet the needs of developers deploying applications on a heterogeneous collection of infrastructure, and IT managers trying… Read More
Machine learning and other artificial intelligence technologies will shape the eCommerce market in 2017 and beyond.
Do you have thoughts you want to share on trending topics or breaking news? Perhaps you’ve got some original content that you want to distribute to an audience of hosting and cloud professionals? If so, you may be interested in Industry Perspectives. Read More
E-commerce merchants often need help with security. What can web hosting companies do to help e-commerce retailers keep shoppers safe?
The WHIR team was in Texas last week to wrap-up our 2016 Networking Events calendar! Read More
GoDaddy developer Jon Roig pitched the idea of “Mobile First Emoji Domain Registration” at a recent company hackathon, and won. Read More
Do you have an idea for a session that you’d love to present at HostingCon Global? Submit your session proposal by Monday, Nov. 7, 2016. Read More
WHIR Networking Events held its second last event of the year on Thursday evening in Seattle, Wash. Read More
Come to WHIR Networking Event Seattle on Thursday evening at Garage Billiards from 6 – 9 p.m. Read More
A healthy bit of fear when it comes to navigating online security as a user is a good thing – but the fear-mongering that’s associated with online security these days may not be helping your users all that much. Here’s what you should do instead.
The WordPress REST API is WordPress’ ticket to the future of content management. Read More