Over the holidays, our system admins were busy behind the scenes launching a new application known as WordPress Protect, which provides for more robust protection for WordPress websites. WordPress Protect joins our ever growing security suite which is part of our new hosting platform.
Unless you have been living under a rock, you’ve most certainly have heard about Hurricane Harvey and the devastation it has caused in Houston, Texas and the surrounding areas.
Early last month, we announced that we made improvements to our hosting service by revamping our shared hosting platform to increase performance, reliability and scalability. These improvements were put in place to lay the ground work for many things to come as we are investing heavily in making our hosting the best there is.
Our vision as a hosting provider is to allow our customer to focus on deploying, managing and growing their websites without having to worry about the underlying technology. The hosting platform should just work. We like to refer to this ideology as “HaaS” (hosting-as-a-service). We are moving towards a more streamlined hosting experience for our customers.
GreenGeeks is always striving to ensure that our customers are getting the best web hosting experience possible, from the latest technologies to the best customer service. We wake up every day, constantly thinking of new ideas and speaking to our customers to hear about their needs. We then work hard to deliver.
Today, I’m excited to announce a few improvements that we’ve made to our hosting platform, as we work towards our goal of providing next-generation web hosting services.
These improvements are the initial stages of our plan to provide powerful web hosting solutions that will simplify the way our customers deploy and manage websites.
Here they are…
GreenGeeks is a rapidly growing web hosting company that is always looking add to its family. GreenGeeks has made the INC 5000 Fastest Growing Companies in America two years in a row. We are looking for a web developer who is passionate about web hosting.
GreenGeeks, a leader in providing green energy web hosting solutions, is proud to announce its 2014 ranking at 2095 on Inc. Magazine’s 500|5000 Fastest Growing Companies list, putting the company amongst the elite firms representing America’s fastest growing companies.
GreenGeeks is proud to announce today that all of our existing customers have been upgraded to servers utilizing solid state drives (SSD) as part of our commitment to offering the best hosting experience. New customers are automatically provisioned onto the SSD hosting platform. Continue reading “GreenGeeks Makes Solid State Drives (SSD) Standard on its Web Hosting Plans”
GreenGeeks has always been at the forefront of providing the latest hosting technology and late last week an e-mail was sent out to customers announcing that every GreenGeek would be receiving a free upgrade that will boost performance and reliability.
So what exactly is being done?
Earlier this year, Internet Corporation of Assigned Names & Numbers (ICANN) published an updated Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA). These changes are scheduled to go into effect January 1st 2014 and will affect all domain owners both with GreenGeeks® or another domain registrar. To review a quick technical summary of the policy change check our our educational article ICANN RAA 2013 Changes. This blog article is a more simplistic explanation including examples of what will take place.
We have recently become aware of a phishing scam attempt on our customer’s Account Manager login credentials. If you have received the below e-mail, it is not from GreenGeeks. The e-mail is attempting to phish for your Account Manager username/password. If you have clicked on the link and continued to provide any information, you may have fell victim to the phishing scam. We recommend that you contact our support immediately or log into your account manager and changing your password.