Combining hardware and web application firewalls at different levels of your hosting architecture is an effective way to maximize both the level and the cost-effectiveness of your website and business’s security, while keeping complexity to a minimum.
Here’s how organizations with both websites and internal applications or file servers can combine a hardware firewall with a web application firewall in order to make their security both stronger and easier to manage.
When we talk about careers at iWeb, we often talk in terms of culture, personal development and career progression. But what’s it really like working at iWeb from day to day? Come with us through the high security doors, into the comfortable surroundings of the iWeb offices, past the buzzing hive of the customer support center and through the high-tech hum of the data center, and see what makes iWeb a special place to work.
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Beast’s Fury, a visually stunning 2D fighter by indie game developer Evil Dog Games, hit its crowdfunding goal on Kickstarter in June this year and is scheduled for release in 2015. iWeb will partially host the online multiplayer support for the game, and we caught up with designer Ryhan Stevens, and Marco Arsenault from Evil Dog Games, to talk about about their journey from concept to funding, and their plans to bring Beast’s Fury to gamers next year.
Want to make yourself stand out in the department? Need to prove yourself during an internship? Here’s the single most powerful way to make your website, application or database more robust. Save your company from lost time, revenue and business - then take the credit!
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Here we are in Washington D.C. for the 2014 edition of the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference.
This year’s vision keynote kicked off with a celebration of the winners in this year Global Impact Awards. Afterward, the clear focus on Microsoft being in a challenger mindset is shared to help us better understand how Microsoft should be perceived for 2015. The key trends identified are once again the usual suspects: Social medias, Big Data, Cloud and Devices.