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PHP Support and WordPress Version

PHP EOL? PHP is a script language and interpreter that is freely available and used primarily on websites. According to PHP and WordPress.org, 60% of websites are using end of life (EOL) or otherwise non-supported PHP versions. Using non-supported PHP versions creates major security risks not only to your website but also XMission’s Shared Hosting […]

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Imunify360: XMission’s Exciting Shared Hosting Security Enhancement

XMission’s Shared Hosting platform now offers the next level of security using Imunify360. Imunify360 offers multiple levels of protection through an advanced firewall, malware detection, PHP patch management, reputation management, and much more. XMission includes Imunify360’s basic services with its Shared Hosting at no additional charge, plus the option of purchasing powerful web cleanup services […]

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Zimbra License: Maximize your Official Zimbra Support Experience

This post is for those interested in Zimbra licensing and covers how to maximize your Official Zimbra Support experience. XMission is a long-time Zimbra Gold Partner and can help you with hosted Zimbra email or Zimbra licensing and support for your email server needs. First, a couple quick definitions so you will understand this post. […]

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After GDPR Is Domain Privacy Still Necessary?

For many years now most of us have felt compelled to pay for domain privacy when we renew our domains each year. Since domain Whois information was readily available we eventually found ourselves getting spammed badly enough that paying the extra for domain privacy was a no-brainer. But after the EU’s GDPR (General Data Protection […]

End-of-year Zimbra email server software incentives. Save 10% or more.

Readers: As of 1/1/18, this promotion has expired. Hot news! Purchase Zimbra Professional Edition Perpetual mailboxes from XMission by the end of the December 2017 and save 10% on 25-75 mailboxes and more on orders above 100 mailboxes! This end-of-year savings from XMission makes it the perfect time to upgrade from your Zimbra Open Source server […]

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Best Practices for Zimbra Email Security

Email contains our most valuable data, yet we often show little concern for its security and protection. Password strength and security are the most substantial components of basic data security. Strong passwords—or even better, strong passphrases—help protect the sensitive data contained inside your business user mailboxes. Because so many password-recovery systems use email, accessing company […]

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Converting an old HTML website to modern WordPress

Many websites developed ten or more years ago worked great at the time but have slowly fell out of style and usefulness as the internet has grown and evolved. These sites lack support for mobile screens, miss expected modern features, and often show stale design that conveys a sense of an abandoned endeavor like a […]

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Does Your Organization Need SOC 1 or SOC 2? – Updated!

What is SOC 1 (SSAE 16)? Not so many years ago, publicly traded businesses typically would conduct annual SAS 70 audits and feel content, knowing that an external auditor determined that their ducks were in a row. If they relied on a vendor in ways that might measurably affect their own internal controls over financial […]

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Easily Encrypt & Sign Email with Zimbra and OpenPGP

The OpenPGP Zimlet allows XMission Zimbra webmail to encrypt and sign email messages. It is available to XMission Zimbra Premium or Personal Premium mailboxes. OpenPGP encryption prevents your messages from being opened by anyone other than the intended recipient. It will prevents your message from being altered or changed by anyone other than yourself, maintaining the authenticity […]

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