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2017 Year in Review


Posted on Dec 31, 2017

We hope you had a great holiday and a sparkling New Year’s Eve. We would like to thank everyone for helping us have such an amazing 2017. Here’s our look back through the year – with resources you can bookmark to use time and again.   Our commitment to WordPress Users   This year, more […]

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Safeguard Your Email


Posted on Jun 4, 2015

A virus lurking in a single email can affect more than just your account: it can corrupt your computer, spread to your contacts, and disrupt other users on the same network. Don’t give spam and viruses a chance – get Doteasy’s Email Protection for just $6.95/month. Plus, email protection comes with a bonus 2GB of […]

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WordPress and Drupal have both recently released their latest security updates. There were vulnerabilities found in these two platforms. The vulnerabilities are due to DoS (denial of service) on the PHP XML parser. This issue can cause sites’ database to reach the maximum number of open connections. Hence, the affected sites will experience temporarily downtime. […]

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One of our priority goals at Doteasy is to help our customers quickly set up their website without any troubles. Therefore, we have included various website creator programs in our hosting plans such as WordPress, Joomla, and Doteasy Website Creator to help customers jumpstart their website with NO coding experience needed. We even created a […]

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Doing things the “paperless” way


Posted on Apr 22, 2013

On previous Earth Days, stories and statistics about pollution, global warming and environmental destruction dominated the media spotlight. To celebrate the Earth Day, Doteasy wants helping you use less paper in the office and at home: Send mail electronically using your domain email accounts in cPanel Use the Doteasy Hosted Blog to start your own […]

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It’s quite depressing to read the news these days when all we hear about are the high unemployment rates of college graduates. The financial recession inevitably causes these new grads to work minimum wage jobs, hence causing underemployment. At the same time, we are also experiencing rising graduation rates. As we get closer to the […]

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