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Featured Client: Next Place, Real Estate Search Engine

The house-hunting process can be an exhausting one, especially if you’re using more than one of the numerous search engines that are available. Next Place is looking to improve that experience, at least for those in the Australian real estate market. A real estate search engine, Next Place has separated itself from the competition by […]

Announcing Storm Private Cloud!

We’ve taken all the power and flexibility of our Storm Platform and put it directly in your hands with our latest product release: Storm Private Cloud. Storm Private Cloud allows you to create your own private cloud environment with the purchase of a private cloud server (or servers), within which you can create, move, resize, […]

5 Reasons to Develop in the Cloud

When it comes to software or application development, the environment you build in is extremely important. While you’re focusing on shaping and tweaking your latest project, the last thing you want to have is roadblocks thrown in your way due to the environment you’re using. It might be time to consider cloud computing! Utilizing the […]

Understanding the Jargon

In the web hosting industry there is a lot of jargon that can be confusing to navigate – and to make matters worse, many web hosts use the same terms to talk about different things. Because our customers are the most important part of our business, we want to make sure you understand what we’re […]

Sitting on a Cloud at Common Ground

Rise Above the Crowd with the Liquid Web Cloud Throughout the office last week, Liquid Web employees worked even more diligently than usual in order to reap the benefits of their hard work at the Common Ground Music Festival, a 7 day celebration of music in Lansing, Michigan featuring everyone from The Barenaked Ladies to […]

March Madness Live Sees Increased Traffic in 2013

Scalable hosting saves money and infrastructure Last week began one of the most watched live television events in the nation – March Madness!  At Liquid Web™, we’re not only excited to watch the games, sweat over our brackets, and argue with co-workers about Michigan State’s chances of winning, but we also appreciate the infrastructure needed to […]