Incapsula Offers Expanded Web Applications Firewall

first_imgWhy Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting david strom Related Posts 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketcenter_img Hosted Web application firewall vendor Incapsula announced today a new release that offers more website traffic data, better analytics and faster SSL setup. They have also made their access controls more finer-grained so you can use white and black lists and block by specific IP address ranges. On top of this they’re also introducing free accounts for smaller sites that have less than 25 GB of bandwidth per month. We last wrote about them at their launch earlier this year. The paid plans start at $50 per month which include 50 GB of bandwidth, and a single site; there are additional fees for adding sites and more bandwidth. The free account doesn’t include SSL support and some other features. Tags:#Announcements#cloud#cloud computing#security A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…last_img read more

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Save 10% On Microsoft Office365 With MasterCard

first_imgTop Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting david strom A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Related Posts MasterCard and Microsoft announced a new strategic initiative to market and sell Microsoft’s cloud productivity service, Office 365. You can get an automatic 10% discount when you buy through their easysavings.com discount program and use your MasterCard. There are several plans that start at $6 per user per month for less than 50 seats (undiscounted). We last looked at Office 365 here and compared it to Google Docs and Zoho Docs. Microsoft has changed a few elements of its plans since our article came out this summer. The easysavings.com program is similar to those from other credit card companies, and there is a list of other discounts that are available. You don’t need to do anything to get the discounts, other than use your credit card, once you register. For small businesses, this might be worth a few bucks off your bill if you use any of these service providers: you can save 10% off Budget car rentals, and 5% on Frontier airline tickets too. center_img Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#biz#tips 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

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Davis Cup tie against New Zealand will not be a cakewalk, says Anand Amritraj

first_imgWhen India clash with New Zealand in Christchurch in the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group 1 tie from July 17-19, they will aim for a World Group playoff berth. Though India will be favourites on paper, non-playing captain Anand Amritraj reckons it will not be a cakewalk.New Zealand will have the home advantage and Indian players will have to quickly acclimatise to the cold conditions. Statistics favour India who lead New Zealand 4-3 in Davis Cup and had thrashed the Kiwis 5-0 in Chandigarh in 2012, the last time the two teams had met.But New Zealand players have gained significant experience since then. They have got a good doubles combination and three of their players Artem Sitak (40), Michael Venus (55) and Marcus Daniell (74) are in top 100 in doubles. New Zealand have also beaten China 4-1 at home and would look to seal a place in the World Group play-off for the first time since 1999.”It is definitely not going to be an easy task. They are playing in home conditions and they have a good doubles team. But our boys have been playing on the circuit and have got good results. They are fit and raring to go,” Amritraj told Mail Today as the team departed for New Zealand on Saturday.”The onus will be on singles players to get us the points on the first day. It will give us a good shot at qualifying for the World Group playoff again,” insisted Amritraj, who played a key role in taking the team to play-offs where they lost 2-3 to Serbia at home last year.advertisementIndia would be looking up to its top singles player Yuki Bhambri, who has risen to 156 on the back of some solid performances after his return from injury. “I have always enjoyed playing the Davis Cup and I am looking forward to get started. I am feeling good about my form. Yes, it will not be as easy as we had in 2012 against New Zealand at home. They are a far more experienced side since then. They have beaten China and are high on confidence. Besides they have a good doubles combination. So the onus will be on us to win our singles matches first up,” Yuki told Mail Today.last_img read more

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