Hosting providers like GoDaddy, 1&1 Ionos, and even Wix and Squarespace, started out offering a single service to business owners. Most of them initially developed parts, or even all of their service technology in house, which resulted in a range of unique and differentiated services. But they quickly realized they could be more than just a domain name registrar or web hosting company.
Cisco today issued a call to governments and citizens around the world to establish privacy as a fundamental human right in the digital economy. To start, Cisco is calling on the U.S. government to develop a US federal privacy law that assures customers their data is protected.
maincubes has opened two large European data centers in just over a year. HostingJournalist.com took the opportunity to visit both facilities where we sat down with maincubes’ technical mastermind and co-founder, maincubes CTO Albrecht Kraas.
Carbonite, Inc. (Nasdaq: CARB), a cloud-based data protection provider, has entered into a definitive agreement with cyber security company Webroot under which Carbonite will acquire Webroot for approximately $618.5 million in cash.