Category: Hosting Article

12Nov, 2019

What is Actually Happening to SmarterASP.NET?

In recent days Twitter with #smarterasp hashtags has had a lot of complaints from customers. SmarterASP.NET is one of the largest ASP.NET hosting companies, with more than 440,000 customers. Companies of this size were suddenly attacked by Ransomware. What is ransomware? Ransomware is a form of malware that encrypts a victim’s files. The attacker then […]

24May, 2019

Top Features in Windows Server 2019

Windows Admin Center. Number 1, the Windows Admin Center. Windows Admin Center or WAC is the future of remote server management, designed to modernize and simplify the IT administration experience.  All New Windows Server 2019 Features are surfaced in the Windows Admin Center.  It’s replacement for “In Box” administration tools – Like Server Manager, DHCP […]

21Mar, 2019

Best WordPress Themes to Boost Your Ecommerce Website

WordPress is a reliable, easily managed, and scalable platform to run an online business. Creating an appealing and SEO-friendly ecommerce site is key to enhancing engagement with potential customers and helping them convert to loyal customers. WordPress is usually the first choice for ecommerce website development due to the variety in terms of themes, content management excellence, […]

25Feb, 2019

Headless CMS Vs Decoupled CMS

The headless CMS space has gained traction in recent years, leading to the renewed excitement around a content management model that can help brands handle the relentless number of emerging devices and channels. Old debates about the relevance of headless content management have reignited, leading to the invention of new acronyms and spin-off buzzwords that […]

24Jan, 2019

ASP.NET Core: The Right Answer for Non-Windows Users

The Microsoft Wilderness is very interesting indeed. No wonder many are interested in developing applications ranging from desktops , games , mobile , robotics, to the web . Especially for the web world , many want to create webapplications using a technology called ASP.NET and ASP.NET MVC. The programming languages ​​used are usually Visual Basic or C #. But unfortunately, to make applications with these technologies does require a lot of […]

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