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June 11, 2019

How to Add a Social Media Widget to WordPress

Learn how to add the Social Media Widgets plugin to your WordPress site in this walk-through guide. First we will show you how to install the Social Media Widgets plugin, then give steps to add links to your Social Media… Continue Reading →

Learning WordPress with Bluehost | Demystifying Website Security

Securing your website isn’t complicated, but it is important. Give your site the care it deserves using these helpful tips from our Bluehost expert. Duration: 1:50 Publisher: Bluehost You can watch this video also at the source. Read more at… Continue Reading →

How to Use Aisle Containment to Increase Data Center Efficiency

For years, organizations have been using hot-aisle/cold-aisle configurations to manage airflow in the data center, extend the life of equipment and lower cooling costs. In a hot-aisle/cold-aisle layout, the fronts of the server racks face each other and draw in… Continue Reading →

ARIN Bits: June 2019

We’ve hit the halfway point of 2019, and we have a lot to show for it! In this edition of ARIN Bits, you’ll learn about our new Leadership Development Webinar Series, the ARIN Community Grant Program, ARIN 44 and fellowships,… Continue Reading →

ARIN’s RDAP and Whois Services: Getting the Information You Need

You have been using a “Whois” tool for years to look up network-related information at ARIN. (The term “Whois” is a commonly-used term that can have multiple meanings, but we’ve been using it to mean a service ARIN provides for… Continue Reading →

Learning WordPress with Bluehost | Using WooCommerce with WordPress

See how this WordPress plugin helps you build an eCommerce site. Get your store online, and start getting paid, with WooCommerce. Duration: 1:40 Publisher: Bluehost You can watch this video also at the source. Read more at Learning WordPress with… Continue Reading →

Renewed Pressure for Renewables to Power the Data Center

Getty In a recent presentation at the Energy Smart data center conference in Stockholm, Gary Cook, the Greenpeace activist who has tracked data center carbon emissions for a decade, showed a slide of logos, indicating companies that have made a… Continue Reading →

National Data Center Day The Netherlands: ‘The Impact of Brexit’

In the Netherlands, several data centers will open their doors to the public tomorrow (June 11, 2019), to show people around and make them acquaintance with data center operations. It will give them some insights into the premises where many… Continue Reading →

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