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Managed WordPress Hosting

The WordPress Content Magement System (CMS) is an open-source solution based on mySQL and PHP. WordPress was designed as a blogging system. However, due to the large supporting community WordPress can be used for many purposes, including booking and reservation systems, online directories and online stores. It’s estimated that WordPress is now used as the backend for approx. 30% of all websites on the public internet. In a Managed WordPress Hosting environment the service provider is responsible for WordPress and manages all technical aspects of running a WordPress environment for a client organisation like WordPress updates and backups. In this category you find our news articles about WordPress and Managed WordPress Hosting.

Liquid Web Hires WordPress Authority Chris Lema to Head Up Product and Innovation

Liquid Web, a $100 million managed hosting company, has announced the hiring of Chris Lema as VP of products and innovations. As a WordPress...

GoDaddy Expands Its GoDaddy Pro Program, Launches Free WordPress Website Management Tools

GoDaddy, one of the world's largest cloud platforms dedicated to small, independent ventures, has announced an expanded GoDaddy Pro Program - a set of...

WordPress Core Developers

At Bluehost, we've built a hosting platform that's perfect for WordPress developers like you! We're the number 1 WordPress recommended web host. We invest...

WP Engine Adds Free Let’s Encrypt SSL/TLS Certificates to All Its 50,000 WordPress Customer...

WP Engine, a company specializing in web hosting for websites and applications built on the WordPress platform, has made Let’s Encrypt SSL/TLS certificates freely...

GoDaddy Launches WordPress Quick Start Wizard to Simplify WordPress Website Creation

GoDaddy (NYSE:GDDY), one of the world's largest cloud platforms dedicated to small, independent ventures, has announced a WordPress Quick Start Wizard that would simplify...

Liquid Web CTO, Joe Oesterling, Provides 5 WordPress Security Essentials

Liquid Web claims that more than 750,000 WordPress websites worldwide are potentially vulnerable. Joe Oesterling urges WordPress users to help prevent website attacks by addressing five critical areas of security. Author: Joe Oesterling,

WordPress Web Hosting Provider, WP Engine, Expands Global Presence With New Technical Support Center...

WP Engine, a company specializing in web hosting for websites and applications built on the WordPress platform, has announced the opening of its new Technical...

CodeGuard’s New SiteUpdator Solution Updates all WordPress Plugins on a Daily Basis

CodeGuard, a global provider of cloud website backup services, has announced a new feature, SiteUpdator. This feature would provide automated plugin updates for customers...

GoDaddy Acquires WordPress Site Management Tool Provider, ManageWP

GoDaddy, one of the world's largest cloud hosting and web hosting platforms dedicated to small, independent ventures, has entered into an agreement to acquire...

ASPHostPortal.com Announces WordPress 4.6 Web Hosting Solution

ASPHostPortal.com, an ASP.NET hosting provider, has launched WordPress 4.6 web hosting with its WordPress expert support team. ASPHostPortal.com is a WordPress hosting company that has...

DreamHost Pre-Installs Let’s Encrypt Certificates on All New DreamPress WordPress Web Hosting Accounts

DreamHost, a global provider of web hosting and cloud services for small businesses, bloggers and web developers, has announced that all new DreamPress WordPrss...
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