Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women. One in eight will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. This affects women from around the globe, from all walks of life and claims the lives of hundreds of thousands of women each year.
Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer diagnosed in women and it is contributing over 25% to all new cancer cases diagnosed in 2018!
Here at CloudAccess.net we deeply care about the breast cancer awareness and that’s why, for the third year in a row, we have decided to actively participate in Breast Cancer Awareness month.
We are thrilled to announce the upcoming release of launch.joomla.org, a new system that merges Joomla.com and demo.joomla.org into one area where you can spin up free, fully functional Joomla websites (including FTP and PHPMyAdmin). The only limitations imposed will be subdomain usage and 500MB disk space, which can be overcome by upgrading to a paid plan starting from just $5/mo.
We had the privilege of attending a fantastic WordCamp last weekend in Kent Ohio. The event started on Saturday so we arrived Friday evening to get our interactive VR booth setup at the venue. We were immediately impressed by the convenience of having the event venue at the same location as the recommended hotel. This is always preferred.
As the Saturday sessions got into full swing, we found that there are many enthusiastic WordPress users in the area. Many of the conferences that we attend consist mostly of developers, but in this case it seemed there were quite a few new WordPress users who are actively trying to grow their knowledge. This tends to be a is a sign of a thriving WordPress community in Kent, Ohio.
This was our second year sponsoring and attending Joomla Day Florida and yet again, it was a fantastic event!
There were thought-provoking keynotes by Mike Demo, John Rampton and Robert Jacobi. We managed to catch some great sessions, and the tempo was kept in time by the notorious Robert Parker who MC’d the event. The conference venue was Ybor City, a historic area of Tampa with Cuban roots and amazing nightlife. The event was held on a local campus, which was ultimately the perfect sized venue.
As we make our way into 2017, we would like to offer you an awesome deal – we drop our prices by 30% on all of our hosting products and support plans. Starting January 1st 2017 (Midnight, EST) you will be able to purchase any Hosting & Support plan with 30% discount. No coupon codes required. Just login to your Cloud Control Panel and select the hosting product you want. It’s that simple!
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Over the last couple of days, you may have heard about massive network instability issues that affected a few of the major hosting companies. During this time we followed social media channels and reached out to those that were impacted by the issues and offered them our free site migrations, along with site replications and expert support. We saw an increase in new customers requesting migrations. If you’re one of the customers involved with these massive long-term outages, then we’re here to help you. If you already have a Joomla or WordPress website at another hosting provider or on a local host, we’ll migrate the site into our network absolutely free of charge with any Standard or Business Plan. We’ll even help with things like DNS changes to ensure that you’re successfully set up on our platform and ready to continue developing. Our Expert Support team will do all the heavy-lifting so you can relax and focus on running your business.
For a limited time we are offering a 30% discount coupon for every Standard or Business plan. If you decide import your site to us; use “SafeHaven” at the checkout!
It’s the one conference each year that our team looks forward to the most. Not because of the great promo swag, or even the unique locations... we love this conference because of the people. The only way to describe this event is “family reunion” for the passionate community of Joomlers.
There are two reasons why we sponsor this and other events. First and foremost, it's one of the ways that we give back to the communities that our company is based upon. Second, to engage with talented community members. The result is always invaluable feedback and discussions on life, the web and everything in between.