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Strategies to Grow Your Business | Weebly Webinars

Mark your calendar. On December 16th, rather than clicking aimlessly around the web, we encourage you to take some time out of your day to join our friends over at Weebly for their webinar on Strategies to Grow Your Business in Today’s Climate. In conjunction with the folks that put on HostingCon, Penton, this webinar, led by VP of MTM Technologies, Bill Kleyman, will explore how cloud computing is fundamentally revolutionizing the way business is …

cPanel & i2Coalition Go to Washington

The Internet Infrastructure Coalition, or i2Coalition as it’s also known, held its annual Member Fly-In last week. At this event, the group continued its important mission of informing and educating U.S. Senators and Representatives on how the decisions they make shape the way Internet businesses operate in the United States.

InnoDB Anatomy/Alchemy Companion Material

Given the frustration that many of our customers (and ourselves) have had with InnoDB over the past couple of years, I’ve made it a point to try and learn everything I can about it. As a result, I presented a couple of InnoDB talks in the 2014 and 2015 cPanel conferences, focusing a lot on the back-end functionality of InnoDB and its basic structure. Portions of both of these presentations involved playing with some really cool …

Should We Take cPanel Conference on the Road?

In a recent blog post, I mentioned that we’ve started thinking about some new and exciting ways to reach out to cPanel partners and customers in 2016 and beyond. Now that cPanel Conference 2015 is behind us and we’ve announced Portland, Oregon as the location for next year’s event, it seems like the perfect time to get this conversation started.

cP | A Company of People

cPanel CEO J. Nick Koston opened cPanel Conference 2015 with a a keynote that was so eloquent, so stirring that we decided to share it with you all! See the full transcript below.

cPanel Conference 2015: The Highlight Reel

So many brilliant things happened at cPanel Conference 2015 that it’s difficult to know where to begin. So I’ll just touch upon some our favorites. Oh, and guess what? Our favorites happened to be our attendees’ favorites too. I know this because they told us by posting on the cPanel Conference App. Watching the timeline was the best way to keep up each day as we expanded our minds in Denver, Colorado.

We’re Excited for cPanel Conference | WHMCS Guest Post

With just a few days to go until the cPanel Conference 2015, we’re very excited! As our premier conference of the year, alongside our sister company cPanel, cPanel Conference is always very productive and great fun. For us this year, the focus is on talking to customers about the recent changes we’ve made in Version 6, and what they’d like to see in 2016. Since the Version 6.0 release, just 2 months ago, over …

The Resurgence of the Website Builder | Weebly Guest Post

Come mid-September, the Weebly team will head to Denver for cPanel Conference. This will be my 5th year attending cPanel Conference and I am thrilled that Weebly is a main sponsor. Aaron Phillips and team have consistently put on an outstanding show and this year will be no different.  After attending a number of Hosting conferences this year including WorldHostingDays.USA, WorldHostingDays.Germany and …

cPanel World Tour: Crossing the International Date Line

Last week, I traveled to distant and exotic lands with cPanel’s CEO, Nick Koston; CBO, Aaron Phillips; Account Manager, Brenda Gehringer; and Product Owner, Travis Ellis, to exhibit at WHD.australia and Okay, so Australia and Singapore may not be exotic, but they are really far away from Houston, TX. cPanel Down Under The first leg of our trip took us to Sydney, Australia, where we not only exhibited at WHD.australia, but we also got …

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 …