Maybe we’re just numb to progress. Spoiled, as it were. Things advance all of the time. A new iPhone could leap out at you at any moment. The latest SpaceX is never not simmering on a launchpad somewhere. Evolution everywhere and, finally, we’re seeing it with domain names.
Simplicity above all: Exploring Name.com’s new brand
You may have noticed things are looking a little different around here.
We’re extremely proud and excited to unveil a fresh new look at Name.com. While it’s been fun to see this new design take shape, it has also served as a meaningful exercise to carefully consider who we want to be as a business and what role we want to play in the lives of our customers.
How to protect your Name.com account in the COVID-19 era
Our customer support agents and fraud team have recently reported an increase in phishing, hacking, and social engineering attempts over the last few months. Bad actors are taking advantage of the turmoil surrounding COVID-19 in an attempt to gain access to confidential information.
We’re doing everything we can to increase security in response to this troubling new trend, but there are several things that you can do as a Name.com customer to protect your domains and products from harm’s way. Take these precautions to protect yourself and your account.
Do you need a dedicated IP address?
A dedicated IP address may be necessary for certain users on shared hosting plans. It’s an add-on hosting product that is beneficial for businesses or individuals experiencing high levels of website traffic or who need regular access to their website FTP. Use this guide to determine if a dedicated IP address suits your needs.
The top 5 global tech issues so far in 2019
By Sam Bocetta
Sometimes I miss the days when writing about tech issues involved writing about … well … tech. Ten years ago, a list of the top 5 tech issues would have focused on encryption, the advances being made in website builders, and predictions about the failure of the smartphone.
Today, tech is a part of every aspect of our lives, and so ‘tech issues’ are actually social, political, and cultural issues. In 2019, this has been more apparent than ever.