Issue 14 – Server Compromised

Major security breaches can be disastrous to a web hosting firm. Besides the obvious “black eye” that a security issue creates, you also have to consider the resulting downtime, potential exposure of customer data, customer service time (explaining the situation and helping clients repair any damage), and potential client loss that result for almost any major security breach. The total cost of these incidents is difficult to accurately calculate, and often takes weeks to fully realize.

Columns

Hosting Gurus:
Value Added Hosting For Resellers

History Of Microsoft Hosted Exchange

A Critical Factor: Website Title Tags

Server Security:
Making The Right Choice Of Identity And Trust Assurance (ITA)

The Spam Economy

Business Issues:
How To Drive Customers To Your Website

Transaction Fees: Debit Cards vs. Credit Cards

Winning The Click Fraud Battle

Just Replace The Pilot

Sales & Marketing:
Six Steps To Ensuring Site Visitor Return

Email Marketing: Tips For Improving Response And Return On Investment

Book Reviews:
Pay-Per-Click Search Engine Marketing Handbook

Just For Fun:
Host Laughs

Departments

Bits and Bytes:
Comodo Appoint Carlos Rego As Managing Director Of PSoft

House Committee Releases Plan For Telecom Reform

Bills.com Domain Name And Trademarks Sold For $964,500

Modernbill Introduces A TCAdmin Module For Automated Gameserver Odering

Domain Name Sold For $1 Million In Cash

Comodo Appoint Judy Shapiro To Head Global Marketing Operations

IPower Receives Top Web Hosting Award From TopReviews

Jacuzzi, Inc. Takes A Bath In Australia AUDRP Ruling

Interland Announces Sale Of Dedicated Server Assets To Peer 1 Network

SuperServers.net Opens New Data Center

Microsoft Enhances Hosted Messaging And Collaboration Solution With New Mobility Features & Hosting Tools

Web Hosting Companies Unite Behind Hurricane Relief Efforts

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