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Automattic introduces VaultPress for WordPress backup

The founders of the incredibly popular WordPress platform have introduced a revolutionary service that will allow users of the open-source software the ability to easily backup their data via a secure service dubbed VaultPress. Currently available as a private beta for testing, VaultPress is built on the Automattic grid, the same that powers WordPress.com and […]

GoDaddy adopts Parallels’ Small Business Panel

Cloud software provider Parallels has seen major success in the past few years as they outdid their competition with new technologies and innovative software but their latest announcement of a partnership with web hosting and domain giant GoDaddy marks a pinnacle in the company’s growth and allows the latter to offer award-winning software to its […]

GreenGeeks sponsors Drupal for Dummies project

The “Drupal for Dummies” book’s offial website, authored by Lynn Beighley, is now sponsored by GreenGeeks web hosting provider. The book is expected to help people learn Drupal CMS. According to the site, by reading the book, a person can setup his or her Drupal site in less than five minutes.

WordPress.com users get short URL service

Domain.me have partnered with WordPress CMS to create an URL shortening service in blog posts. This makes posting long URLs easier on sites such as Facebook and Twitter. The short links are approximately 70 percent smaller according to the co-founder of WordPress. The service only works with WordPress.com-hosted URLs and the links are permanent.

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