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Category: Partners & Customers

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Roundcube is the world’s leading open source webmail application. Creating a user-friendly email experience for over a decade, Roundcube has amassed millions of daily users across the globe — many of whom also happen to be dedicated cPanel customers. …

Doing Good in Hosting

Small Business Spotlight | Pioneer Websites The hosting world is filled with providers, large and small, all supplying people with a means to sell their goods, market their services, and tell their stories. However, we know that, behind the server, there’s an individual or a team that had the entrepreneurial spark to create a business. In the first of our new blog series, Small Business Spotlight, we focus on Paul Rivero, an entrepreneur who uses …

Off To WHD.global 2015

The cPanel team will be exhibiting at WHD.global March 24-26 in Rust, Germany. Even more exciting, we’ll be debuting our fresh new look! Stop by booth F20 to see what we mean. Can’t wait for the big reveal? Tell us. Attendees should also make sure to catch the following sessions: “Inflate Your ARPU” – Wednesday, March 25th at 4:35PM Presented by Aaron Phillips, Chief Business Officer …

Hands On Houston: cPanel Conference 2014

cPanel Conference 2014 is less than two months away and it is already shaping up to be our best conference yet. After last year’s exciting detour in New Orleans, we’re thrilled to be back home in Houston, Texas and we’re injecting our vibrant city’s flavor into this year’s experience. If you’ve attended a previous cPanel Conference, you already know the reasons why you shouldn’t miss this event, but if you’ve never attended, here are just …

cPanel on the Move: HostingCon 2014

The cPanel Team arrived in Miami Beach with high hopes for HostingCon 2014 and was not disappointed! The conference, which took place June 16-18, was filled with the web hosting industry’s movers and shakers. The energy was palpable in the Miami Beach Convention Center and, as an exhibitor, cPanel was right in the middle of the action. …

What is CloudLinux?

Guest post provided by CloudLinux Reaching a high level of stability can be difficult, sometimes unachievable, for many shared hosting companies. Sudden resource usage spikes, increases in traffic, and hacker attacks are some of the problems system administrators cope with everyday. For years, this has been accepted as a cost of doing business. It costs money, it costs time and, more importantly, it costs customer trust. Therefore, it is time to consider …

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