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Divvy Cloud acquired by Rapid7 – a security analytics provider

The automation and security analytics provider Rapid7 have recently signed a deal under which it acquires the Cloud Security company Divvy Cloud Corporation. The total sum of the acquisition deal stands at 145 million US dollars. The agreement is still negotiable and the price can be paid in both cash and stock. The customers of […]

The recent data breach at GoDaddy and what its customers should be aware of

Web hosting accounts credentials at GoDaddy, the biggest domain registrar in the world, have recently been compromised, according to the information from the company itself. There is probably not a single person who manages websites that hasn’t heard of GoDaddy by now. Having more than 77 million managed domains and offering hosting solutions to as […]

Network Access Control solutions see rise in demand as remote work trend increases

Customers are migrating to the cloud at a very rapid pace and demanding more from the Network Access Control market. Such is the conclusion of a recent study made by Frost and Sullivan. The estimations are that the sector will see a rise from USD 1.35 billion in 2019 to USD 2.21 in 2024. This […]

Comwired to launch advanced DNS services under new domain

The acquisition of a premium domain name has one web services provider looking to extend its offerings in a big way, helping to pave the way for more user-friendly technical offerings in the world of often confusing but always necessary domain name services (DNS).

HP delivers innovative all-inclusive networking solutions

Hewlett-Packard, always at the forefront of technology solutions manufacturing, has announced its latest comprehensive edge-to-core networking portfolio, aiming to provide networks with higher speeds and lower energy costs through its own ProCurve technology combined with technology recently acquired from 3Com.

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  • Germany’s award-winning domain service and hosting provider register, united-domains AG, picks rankingCoach as the SEO tool . The solution for search engine optimization is not only cost-effective for its clients but also guarantees more visitors and thus more sales for companies of small and medium size. #
  • In partnership with VMware, UKCloud announces the launch of a range of VMware Cloud-based capabilities to help organizations in the public sector adapt to the new remote working reality and boost their digital transformation. According to UKCloud, remote working practices and digital interactions are about to become the new normal for public sector organizations. #
  • Cloud service provider Zenlayer has launched Zenlink, a service that allows companies to connect between cloud deployments, enabling businesses to collaborate. The service makes use of a dedicated connection, which reduces latency and increases security within data centers. #
  • Following its acquisition of VMware's vCloud business in April 2017, French company OVH has launched its next-generation Hosted Private Cloud offerings for the US market, targeting SMBs. The service begins in the Eastern U.S. region along with the U.K. and Germany, with more regions to be added in the 2018 Q1-2. OVH has a leading position in cloud and hosting services across Europe, so the company feels there is an opportunity to win market share in the United States. OVH aim to scale their data centers from 27 to 50 in the next three years with $1.5 billion investment. #
  • A new MarketsandMarkets research report suggests the CDN security market is expected to grow from $1.93 billion in 2017 to $7.63 billion in 2022. The market is primarily driven by ongoing instances of DDoS and application layer security attacks and rising customer preferences for cloud-based services. For study purposes, the CDN security market has been segmented into DDoS protection, web application firewall, bot mitigation and screen scraping protection, data security, and DNS protection. #
  • Rackspace announced it has completed its transaction to acquire Datapipe, a managed services provider. This is the largest deal in Rackspace history that will enable the company to expand its capabilities in the managed hosting and private cloud space. With this acquisition, the company becomes one of the leading providers of managed public cloud services across all the top public cloud infrastructure platforms, including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform and the Alibaba Cloud. #
  • Cybersecurity provider Avast just issued a warning about an increasing number of attacks on these content management systems whereby cybercriminals have injected a fake script on millions of websites. In fact, they’re saying that they have seen 4.5 million user attacks since last November. Please check with your provider to ensure that your sites are safe. #
  • Recently, a judge's ruling that directed Apple to work with the FBI to unlock a cell phone used by a terrorist in California brought national attention to the debate about government overreach. Even though the FBI withdrew its demand, did this set a precedence or will the war continue? And will this flow over to web hosting providers? Think back to Prism. #
  • A managed hosting provider Peer 1 has introduced a line of products featuring Microsoft Hosted Exchange, targeting SMBs. With latency improvement and the company's emails are stored within the EU, the starting cost is set at £7.50 per mailbox per month. McAfee SaaS Email Protection is also included in the service. #
  • DediPower has opened its third data center in the United Kingdom. The Tier 3 DC  can store 200 additional racks and it will meet the requirements of company's growing hosting business. Earlier this year, the company added managed private cloud solutions to its line of offerings. The new facility is located at Reading while the other two operate in Berkshire. #