Web-Hosting Company SiteGround Is No Longer Signing Up Kenyan Businesses Due to Digital Tax  

Web-Hosting Company SiteGround Is No Longer Signing Up Kenyan Businesses Due to Digital Tax  

The Bulgarian web-hosting company known as SiteGround has stopped signing up new clients in Kenya due to the fact that it has high compliance costs.

The main reason for this decision are the costly tax-related rules, as its shutting the door on start-ups looking to set up online services on a low budget as a whole.

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Namecheap Celebrates WordPress 18th Birthday with Free One Year Sponsorship Offer & Sale

Namecheap Celebrates WordPress 18th Birthday with Free One Year Sponsorship Offer & Sale

WordPress turns 18, and as such, Namecheap is looking for current EasyWP customers with new websites to provide a free one-year sponsorship. The new, existing customers can also enjoy deals on the top digital products and EasyWP, which is everything they require in order to launch a WordPress website.

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Unisys Earns the Windows Server and SQL Server Migration to Microsoft Azure Advanced Specialization

Unisys Earns the Windows Server and SQL Server Migration to Microsoft Azure Advanced Specialization

The Unisys Corporation has announced that it has earned the Windows Server and SQL Server Migration to Microsoft Azure Advanced Specialization, which is a validation of a solution partner’s deep knowledge, extensive experience, and expertise in migrating Windows Server and SQL Server-based workloads to Azure.

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GoDaddy Reports First Quarter 2021 Earnings Results

GoDaddy Reports First Quarter 2021 Earnings Results

GoDaddy Inc. the company that provides hosting solutions among other types of convenience-based tools for users reported the financial results for the first quarter that ended on March 31, 2021. GoDaddy has also announced that Mark McCaffey is joining the company as the new Chief Financial Officer, and Michele Lau will be joining as the new Chief Legal Officer.

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Vulnerability in a PHP Package Manager Left Millions of Web Apps Open to Attacks

Vulnerability in a PHP Package Manager Left Millions of Web Apps Open to Attacks

Many security researchers have been warning people that a software supply chain vulnerability currently found in PHP can put millions of websites at risk.

Security researchers at SonarSource discovered this flaw. It essentially affects Composer, which is one of the main tools that is being used in order to manage as well as install dependencies for PHP.

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