The Public Interest Registry (PIR) has officially launched its OnGood community website on Wednesday, making it generally available to international non-governmental organizations who register for .NGO and .ONG domain names.

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Another vulnerability has been found in a WordPress plug-in, this one an arbitrary variable overwrite, which was publicly disclosed Wednesday by High-Tech Bridge Security Research Lab. The eShop WordPress Plugin version 6.3.11 was discovered on April 15 to have insufficient validation of user-supplied input in the “eshopcart” HTTP cookie.

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Recognizing that more than half of small businesses get website help from someone technical, GoDaddy has launched a GoDaddy Pro program for the web designers and web pros that have small business clients.

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HostingCon Global, the premier industry conference and tradeshow for the hosting and cloud community, has released its schedule for the upcoming show in San Diego, California from July 27-29, 2015.

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Web host MonsterMegs has completed an upgrade of all its web servers to SSD hard drives, the company announced Tuesday. MonsterMegs uses the drives in Raid-10 arrays to improve performance and maximize reliability, the company says.

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VMware, Red Hat, and Microsoft all offer better total cost of ownership than OpenStack distributions for private cloud deployments, according to a recent 451 Research report that tackles private cloud pricing. The big cost difference comes down to premium compensation people that are qualified to operate OpenStack private clouds demand.

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