The WHIR is heading to Texas tomorrow for the last networking event of 2017! Join us on Thursday evening in Dallas from 6 – 9 p.m. at the House of Blues. Read More
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Web hosting companies that use influencer marketing should take care not to fall foul of the FTC’s guidelines concerning paid endorsements. Read More
Is dedicated server hosting dying — killed by ubiquitous cloud platforms? Or will there always be a place for high-performance, single-tenant server hosting? Read More
The WHIR is excited to be headed to Orlando, Fla. next week for the MERGE! Show where we will be hosting a special edition of the WHIR networking events on Tues., Oct. 17, from 6 – 9 p.m Read More
The WHIR team is on the road again, heading to the West Coast for a networking event in Vancouver, B.C., on Thursday, Sept. 12, 2017. Read More
Join us from 6 – 9 p.m. local time on Thurs., Sept. 28, for drinks and conversation with other like-minded industry folks in Denver. Read More
WordPress is user-friendly and intuitive, but for users without server and web application management experience, managed WordPress hosting is the smart choice. Read More
In response to developer demand, DigitalOcean has released its latest product, called Spaces, for user-friendly object storage. Read More
WordPress hosting varies in quality from the abysmal to the excellent. What should you look out for when choosing a WordPress hosting company for your site? Read More
Last Thursday night we had the opportunity to host a networking event at the Pravda Vodka Bar, and there was an incredible turnout of folks working in web hosting, data centers, software as a service, finance, and more. Read More
WordPress users stick with bad web hosting providers because they think migration is hard. It isn’t. Read More
What’s the worst that could happen? With no regulations remaining to protect net neutrality, Internet Service Providers (ISPs) could make their own rules. Read More