Our Partner in Focus for this edition is Reclaim Hosting, a Domains and Hosting company founded in 2013. Reclaim Hosting aims at simplifying the procedure for educators and institutions of providing their students with domains and web hosting that they can fully take control of.
The third quarter of 2018 has drawn to an end, and that calls for our 11th edition of The Voice of LogicBoxes. To know what happened at LogicBoxes in the last three months, please read on.
We love making provisions that guarantee ease of business and enhanced efficiency for our partners, and in our efforts to do so, we have successfully launched Linux Dedicated Server India!
The addition of India as one of our geo-locations for Linux Dedicated Server is a thoughtful move. We all know that the internet market in India is booming by leaps and bounds. To add to that, new startups are making their debut every single day. This makes India a high-potential and a strategically fitting datacenter location. Additionally, our Linux Dedicated Server India comes with its own set of advantages:
Change is the only constant in life; and the same applies to brands too.
Change, as we know, is an essential driver of development. However, there are a few things that must remain consistent. One such thing, and a very important one, is the promise you offered your customers before they made their first purchase from you. It is that promise that sustains your customers’ unwavering faith in your brand.
Back in 2013, LogicBoxes made the promise of delivering an impeccable domain automation platform which would enable Domain Resellers as well as Web Hosts to provision lucrative and high-demand domain names along with other value-added products such as Web Hosting, Site Builders, Email solutions and Security Certificates. This was aimed at empowering these internet players with a wholesome product portfolio. The Elite Reseller Program was tailor-made for Web Hosting and Domain Name providers and was geared towards helping them achieve maximum growth in terms of revenue as well as market share.
Cyber attacks such as Petya, Locky and Wannacry have given a tough time to many website owners in the recent past. Since then, much has been said about the cruciality of having measures in place to ensure optimum digital security, and now, much is also being done to arrest this problem.
Browsers like Google Chrome and Firefox have been trying to ensure that their users are protected against harmful sites for some time now by introducing different methods. Google had called for “HTTPS everywhere” and had even started preferring sites secured by SSL certificates in SEO rankings. Starting from July 2018, Google Chrome 68 will let users know whether the site they’re visiting is not encrypting traffic from the ‘Not Secure’ message in the URL, as shown below: