Why Managed Hosting is the Best Option for Most WordPress Users

Why Managed Hosting is the Best Option for Most WordPress Users

A core principle of the WordPress project stipulates that WordPress should be easy to use for non-technical users. Over the last 14 years, a lot of developer time has been devoted to making sure WordPress is accessible to anyone who...
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Tech Firms Face Fines Unless Terrorist Material Removed in Hours

Tech Firms Face Fines Unless Terrorist Material Removed in Hours

(Bloomberg) — European leaders will warn the world’s biggest technology companies that they face fines unless they meet a target of removing terrorist content from the internet within two hours of it appearing. At a meeting in New York on the...
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Microsoft to Build Gas-Fueled Power Plant for Data Center in Ireland: Report

Microsoft to Build Gas-Fueled Power Plant for Data Center in Ireland: Report

Brought to you by Data Center Knowledge Microsoft has found itself in something of a conundrum with its data centers in Ireland. It received the necessary build permits, but now, notification comes from the country’s electric utility, EirGrid, that Microsoft...
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Cloudflare Partners with Google to Give Cloud Credits to Developers

Cloudflare Partners with Google to Give Cloud Credits to Developers

Cloudflare is funding development on its Apps Platform with up to $100,000 in Google Cloud Platform (GCP) credits through a collaboration with Google Cloud. Early-stage developer startups may be eligible for a range of benefits under the new program, including...
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Equifax Is Said to Suffer a Hack Earlier Than Date Disclosed

Equifax Is Said to Suffer a Hack Earlier Than Date Disclosed

(Bloomberg) — Equifax Inc. learned about a major breach of its computer systems in March — almost five months before the date it has publicly disclosed, according to three people familiar with the situation. In a statement, the company said the...
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The U.S. Kaspersky Ban Sets an Ugly Precedent

The U.S. Kaspersky Ban Sets an Ugly Precedent

(Bloomberg View) — Is the U.S. government’s ban on the products of Kaspersky Lab, the Moscow-headquartered global cybersecurity company founded by Russians, a reasonable precaution or brazen protectionism? It’s possible to argue either case. But whet...
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IBM to Remove Cloud Migration Hurdles with New Data Transfer Device

IBM to Remove Cloud Migration Hurdles with New Data Transfer Device

Brought to you by IT Pro One of the barriers for enterprises storing data in the cloud is data migration, a process that has traditionally been slow and costly, hindered by network limitations. IBM wants to remove this barrier for...
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How Serious is VMware About Open Source?

How Serious is VMware About Open Source?

Brought to you by Data Center Knowledge Media pundits everywhere seemed to be filled with surprise Wednesday, when VMware’s CEO and CTO were both singing praises to open source at VMworld Europe in Barcelona. With open source taking over the...
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Experts Dispute VC's Forecast that Caused Data Center Stocks to Slump

Experts Dispute VC's Forecast that Caused Data Center Stocks to Slump

Brought to you by Data Center Knowledge The stocks of all seven US data center REITs (there are now six, following a merger that closed Thursday) slid down simultaneously this week, after a well-known venture capitalist and hedge-fund owner said...
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Google and Facebook Fret Over Anti-Prostitution Bill's Fallout

Google and Facebook Fret Over Anti-Prostitution Bill's Fallout

(Bloomberg) — Google and Facebook Inc. are among companies opposing a Senate bill aimed at squelching online trafficking of children, a stance that makes the Silicon Valley giants uneasy allies of a website accused of providing an advertising platform for t...
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