Cloud Containers or VPS? Here's how to choose

/ Cloud Containers

When you need more than shared web hosting, should you Containerise or go virtual in another way?

Patches are important.

What you need to know about major Linux vulnerability, PwnKit

/ News

Reported yesterday, PwnKit is a Linux vulnerability that allows unprivileged users to gain full root privileges. Servers that we manage have all been patched now.

Padlocks - security.

Was LastPass really hacked? And are people really still reusing passwords?

/ News

Some LastPass users were alarmed by security warnings at the end of last year. Whatever caused them, it’s a good idea to start 2022 with security in mind.

2022 SiteHost t-shirt.

Our 2022 SiteHost Shirt is Here

/ News

Grab your free 2022 SiteHost shirt. We are taking orders for a limited time, so get in quick!

Two Cloud Container updates - memory reporting and SSH configuration

/ News

We’re tracking memory usage more accurately than ever, and we’ve tweaked the default SSH configuration to better balance security and usability.

Avoid cPanel and Plesk price hikes with Cloud Containers

/ News

cPanel and Plesk licenses are getting more expensive, again, in January. But maybe we can help you avoid the hit.

Cloud Container image updates are coming this week

/ News

Beginning this week, we’re going to automatically update all Cloud Containers running older image versions. This post explains the process, and why older images are becoming a problem.

We’re serving Cloud Containers all over the world

/ Cloud Containers

SiteHost Cloud Containers are our first truly global product. Here’s a quick look at where, and how easily, you can spin up Cloud Containers.

An overseas migration.

Another hosting company goes Crazy

/ News

Openhost, once an NZ-owned success story, is disappearing. Will customers stay local?

The Fold's office exterior.

Customer profile: The Fold

/ Case study

From WordPress to custom development, The Fold helps clients of all scales make the most of their websites.

Customer profile: Do Good Things

/ Case study

New Queenstown local Ryan Mitchell wants Do Good Things to be the incubator for an exponentially growing tech scene.

Voyage team at work.

Customer profile: Voyage

/ Case study

Voyage, an innovative creative studio from Christchurch chat with us about their experience with Silverstripe, Government work and the changing landscape of online business.

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