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EasyApache 4 | cPanel Conference Session

Whether you’re running a hosting operation with thousands of servers or just a handful, this talk will light up the ways EasyApache 4 and our new MultiPHP support can save time, lower operation costs, and increase flexibility for developers and site owners. Presenter: Jacob Perkins …

WordPress and cPanel…like Peanut Butter and Jelly

Content management systems have steadily increased in popularity across the internet. Whether it’s a personal blog or a company site, CMSs are becoming the new web standard. WordPress, arguably the most popular content management tool, is the framework behind millions of sites across the web, including the former cPanel.net. Because of it’s popularity, versatility, and ease of use, WordPress is a handy tool for website owners and naturally a perfect fit as cPanel & WHM …

Greylisting | cPanel Conference Session

Gain some insight into the effectiveness of Greylisting and learn how to use this feature in cPanel & WHM. Travis will provide even more spam-fighting techniques along the way. Presenter: Travis Ellis …

Standard Hooks | cPanel Conference Session

Learn how to fully customize the behavior of cPanel & WHM by exploring the cPanel hook system. David will show you how to create unique functions that will open your eyes to the limitless possibilities of the software. Presenter: David Nielson …

3 cPanel Plugins for Added Server Security

In the vast, seemingly limitless space known as the internet, you can find almost anything your heart desires. A recipe for the perfect quiche, instructions on creating survival knots, and of course — endless hours of kitty videos. However, while there are tons of amazing things on the web, there’s also lots of dangerous things out there that can put your server and your digital information at risk. Below, we’ve highlighted some of our favorite …

Hosting Providers Come in All Shapes and Sizes

Small Business Spotlight | Wiki Hosting Hosting providers and cPanel customers come in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes they are large data centers with millions of customers, and other times, they’re a 16-year old kid from Pakistan with a love for technology and unshakable entrepreneurial spirit. Waleed Dilawar Chughtai, while studying and preparing for his A-levels, also spends his time  learning about technology and growing his business, Wiki Hosting. Whether it’s nature or …

See You at HostingCon Global!

Next week, the cPanel team is packing their bags and heading to the Golden State for HostingCon Global 2015. The theme of this year’s conference is “Discover What’s Possible,” a notion that couldn’t be more of a paradigm for our business. A look into the future Guests of HostingCon Global will enjoy a special cPanel treat, a tour though our Product Roadmap. They’ll learn about upcoming features and new tools scheduled to debut in the …

Engaging with a Prince

Introducing Keynote Speaker Matthew Prince It’s half way through 2015 and the cPanel team is gearing up to make this year’s cPanel Conference the most memorable event the hosting world will experience. We’re pulling out all the stops for our magical 10th anniversary celebration, including live music, a magician — even a Prince! Matthew Prince, co-founder and CEO of CloudFlare, will take the …

Hosting 101: VPS vs Dedicated

When it comes to hosting, there are lots of acronyms and terms that get thrown around. However, when it comes to the ABC’s of web hosting, it’s important to understand the difference between VPS and dedicated hosting. In this post, we’ll break down these terms and explain how even you can become a hosting provider. Everything on the internet exists on and amongst servers. Sometimes it’s multiple servers (cloud hosting), sometimes it’s a single machine, …

Mail Server 101: POP3 vs. IMAP

When it comes to technology, there are many things that many of us never stop to think about. Like how a microwave heats food so quickly. How in the world a Keurig works. Or the process by which email ends up on your phone, computer, or tablet each morning. Luckily, this post is here to dispel some of the mystery behind at least the last of these technological enigmas. Email gets transmitted amongst and between …

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