3 Things to Consider When Picking a Location for Your Data Center

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With the power of modern servers and Internet data speeds, something like the geographical location of a server may seem trivial. After all, data zips across the Internet so quickly, so does location matter anymore? Shared or VPS Hosting customers may not need quite as much out of their hosting plans. But, Dedicated Server clients demand greater performance, speed, and reliability. Squeezing more out of a server means exploiting every opportunity for performance boosters, including Data Center location.
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Taking Your Site’s Security Seriously: InMotion Hosting Announces Partnerships with Sucuri and Patchman

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It seems like the nightly news has an item on cyber-attacks on an almost daily basis. Whether it is a malware blackmail scheme, a nationally sponsored attack against another government, or just a bit of malicious hijinks, threats to online security abound. Fortunately, there are ways to fight back and prevent these assaults.
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Reseller Hosting Industry Expanding at Rapid Pace

As we live more and more of our lives online, opportunities in web hosting have exploded. Going hand-in-hand with this, reseller web hosting services have also seen unprecedented growth.

As every reseller’s aim is growth, having a long-term hosting partner with outstanding customer service, transparency, and reselling tools is key. Resellers also need to remember that growth requires scalability, not just a one-size-fits-all approach. Fortunately, InMotion Hosting meets all of these criteria, and offers highly competitive prices and other desirable features.
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What Are The Key Advantages Of High-Availability VPS?

vps-imageFor a number of years, Virtual Private Server (VPS) Hosting has been a sweet spot between the affordability of Shared Hosting and the operational power of a Dedicated Server. The introduction of cloud infrastructures has taken that concept, and extended it even further. We recently introduced some new features to our VPS Hosting plans that essentially give you a number of the benefits of cloud hosting, without any increase in cost. Here’s a look at some of the new cloud-inspired features we have added to make our Virtual Private Server Hosting more powerful than it has even been.
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WordCamp Baltimore 2015

 

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WordCamp Baltimore was my first traveling foray into the world of WordPress enthusiast user groups. I’ve been to many conventions and helped to host user groups, but WordCamps are in a class all their own.  WordCamps are held worldwide and can vary from a small group of people to a large group numbering in the thousands.  This Baltimore trip was more in the size of a smaller group but it was still a great event to attend. It was the first opportunity for the Community Support team to travel together as well.  Our group of six included a member of our sales team (Danny), and most of the Community Support team from Virginia Beach – John Paul, Scott, Tim Sisson (Tim S.), Tim Elsass (Tim L.) and myself.  Our manager, Tim S., was the chauffeur for the trip graciously putting up with a bunch of restless guys in the five hour trip there and back.
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Effective Networking Strategies to Build Your Small Business’s Customer Base

The key to developing a profitable company is a growing customer base interested in purchasing your goods or services. In order to build this demand, it is critical to create a process for scouting and developing new clientele. Building your customer base will take time and effort but the important part is to focus on finding out who your target audience is, where to find them, and how to captivate them.
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4 Things We Learned During Small Business Week 2015

4 Things We Learned at the 5th Annual Small Business Week Event sponsored by Constant Contact

InMotion Hosting attended the 5th Annual Small Business Week put on by Constant Contact at Pasadena City College on May 13th, 2015. The event was organized by the Small Business Administration (SBA) with the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) as a primary sponsor.
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